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Foreword 



That this book may tend to strengthen 
the bond of loyalty between the stu- 
dents of Kent and the college itself, by 
serving in the future as a means of re- 
miniscences of pleasant days spent here, 
has been the fervent wish of the editor 
while assembling" this volume. 





Contents 



The College 

Classes 

Organizations 

Fraternities and Sororities 

Athletics 

Features 



De d i ca 1 




i o n 




To praise one who has cultivated the 
art of living; to show appreciation of 
one who speaks fearlessly the convic- 
tions of his heart and with beauty the 
truths of his mind; finally to express 
admiration of one whose untiring- and 
inspirational efforts have resulted in 
the development of Kent State College, 
this Chestnut Burr of 1934 is dedicated 
to 

DR. J. (). ENGLEMAN 



Board of Trustees 

E. L. Bowsher, President and Treasurer 

John R. Williams, Vice President 

Alma Zinningeb,, Secretary 

Carl D. Friebolin 

B. 0. Skinner (ex officio) 




The Co liege 




Faculty 



DEANS 

B. A. Verder 

R. E. Manchester 

J. L. Blair 

O. H. Williams 

REGISTKAR 

E. C, Stopher 

BUSINESS MANAGER 

B. F. Renkert 

ASSISTANT 
TREASURER 

A. 0. King 

SECRETARY TO 
DEAN VERDER 

Jeanne Parrish 

AGRICULTURE 

J. T. Johnson 
M. E. Wagoner 

ART 

N. S. Humphrey 
H. A. Adams 
M. K. Boswell 

D. Jones 

BIOLOGY 

H. A. Cunningham 

E. Go wans 

S. A. Harbourt 

C. R. Shaw 

COMMERCE 

J. E. Magee 
A. L. Thrasher 

EDUCATION AND 
PSYCHOLOGY 

D. W. Pearce 
J. L. Blair 
R. M. Clark 
A. L. Heer 
H. H. Helter 
S. M. Koehler 

F. Musselman 
A. W. Stewart 

ENGLISH 

C. E. Satterfield 
F. G. Beal] 

E. T. Griebling 
A. J. Hyatt 

E. Packard 
E. H. Pake 
K. R. Pringle 
K. von Levern 



Faculty 



GEOGRAPHY 

D. Olson 
J. R. Beck 

HEALTH AND 

PHYSICAL 

EDUCATION 

A. O. DeWeese 
G. J. Altmann 
M. H. Apple 
R. Bass 
J. W. Begala 

E. D. Brenneman 
G. Drew 

A. Peterka 

M. E. Wagoner 

HISTORY AND 
SOCIAL SCIENCE 

A. S. Roberts 
T. E. Davey 
M. Fletcher 
E. A. Meyer 
L. A. Tohill 

0. H. Williams 

HOME ECONOMICS 

B. L. Nixson 
N. I. Jordan 

JOURNALISM AND 
PUBLICITY 

B. F. Engleman 

KINDERGARTEN- 
PRIMARY 

G. H. Swan 

LATIN 

1. Hazen 

LIBRARY 

M. L. Dunbar 
E. M. Brenner 

I. Dunbar 
M. E. Mautz 
M. E. Thurston 

MANUAL TRAINING 

C. S. Van Dcusen 
E. W. Teschendorf 

MATHEMATICS 

R. E. Manchester 
H. P. Rogers 

II. E. Stelson 





Faculty 



MODERN LANGUAGES 

E. B. Rowlen 

A. S. Schafheitlin 

W. J. Burner 

MUSIC 

E. M. Sublette 
E. Little john 
H. M. McClaflin 
R. D. Metcalf 
C. J. Velie 
R. Venner 

PHILOSOPHY 

M. Baum 

PHYSICAL SCIENCE 

C. F. Rumold 
A. W. Coven 
A. B. Garrett 
M. B. Palmer 

SPEECH 

E. T. Stump 
M. Mozena 

TRAINING SCHOOL 

A. L. Heer 

F. N. Harsh 

G. Chapman 
G. Damann 
I. Hazen 

A. I. Herriff 

D. B. Kinneman 

E. R. Meyer 

B. C. Miller 
E. M. Olson 
N. Richards 
N. B. Schaeffcr 
D. D. Scott 
N. D. Wood 
O. B. Bachman 
A. Broadbent 
S. M. Koehler 
K. von Levern 
M. S. Neitz 
R. M. Parrish 
M. Shepard 
P. J. Phillips 
L. E. Hill 




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emoriam 



C. E. OLIVER 

East Palestine, Ohio 
Trustee 

LOUIS FOGG 

Kent, Ohio 
Class of 1983 



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Margaret Acken 
Akron, Ohio 




Don Alderman 

Orwell, Ohio 




Bette Anderson 
Kent, Ohio 




Ditane Baker 
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 



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Iris Appelhans 

Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 





Franklin Barlow 

Hudson, Ohio 




Merle Baker 
Woodsfield, Ohio 



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Anne Bernard 
Youngstown, Ohio 



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Freda Beymer 
Sandyville, W. Va. 






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Stephen Borsic 
Campbell, Ohio 



Evelyn Brillhart 
Elyria, Ohio 



Arthur Caniglia 
Ravenna, Ohio 






Thomas Burke 
Lima, Ohio 



Wilda Belle Bosch 
Cleveland, Ohio 






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Akron, Ohio 




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Ravenna, Ohio 



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Grace Clinker 
Lodi, Ohio 



Peter Cipriano 

Haveiin;i, Ohio 




Sam Cipriano 

Ravenna, Ohio 




Bernard Coldiron 

Warren, Ohio 




Don Cook 

Kent, Ohio 



Ruth Collier 

Wadsworth, Ohio 




Blaine Conley 

Akron, Ohio 



Vera Cochran 

Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 






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John Converse 

Cleveland, Ohio 



Russell Cover 

Canton, Ohio 




Byrne DeWeese 
Kent, Ohio 



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Vesta Donaldson 
East Palestine, Ohio 





Catherine 

DlNGLEDINE 
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 



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Kt.mek Dttnlavy 
Ravenna, Ohio 



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Virginia Crowl 

Ravenna, Ohio 







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Evelyn Dick 

Windham, Ohio 





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Helen Dunstan 

E. Cleveland, Ohio 








Maey J. Fairchild 
Ravenna, Ohio 



Karl, Falls 
Kent, Ohio 



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Louis Egerer 

Kent, Ohio 





Seymour Fear 
Youngstown, Ohio 




Matthew Flower 1 
Youngstown, Ohio 



Florence Flower 
Kent, Ohio 




LuciLE Galloway 

Kent, Ohio 



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Mae Gicqttelals 

Akron, Ohio 



Harold Gear 
Kent, Ohio 



CoRVIN GERIG 
Wooster, Oliio 






Charles Glatzer 

Cleveland, Ohio 





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Donald Gilletl 
Lorain, Ohio 



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Dorothy Gordon 

Painesville, Ohio 



A. Hoye Godfrey 

Warren, Ohio 



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Laurel Hanley 
Kent, Ohio 




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Naomi Hanna 

Hubbard, Ohio 



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Ruby Harris 

Bedford, Ohio 



Emmalene Hart 

Cleveland, Ohio 




Mary Harding 
Cleveland, Ohio 





GOLDIE HASLER 
Beach City, Ohio 




Ha r lax Hayes 
Garrettsville, Ohio 



Forest Hawk Jr. 

Stow, Ohio 




Eunice Hines 

Collins, Ohio 



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Kenneth Hissner 

Greentown, Ohio 






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Helen Hoffman 
Cleveland, Ohio 



FoRPER HoFUS 
Diamond, Ohio 




George Jameson 

Akron, Ohio 



Janet Jones 
Ravenna, Ohio 



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Ross Hoy 

Rristolville, Ohio 





William Hosfieli 

Akron, Ohio 



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Guy Iarussi 

Ravenna, Ohio 




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Lower Kellog 
Kent, Ohio 



Evelyn Keifek 
Kent, Ohio 









Kay Kenney 
Ravenna, Ohio 



Edna King 

Ravenna, Ohio 




Harry Kirk 

Mogadore, Ohio 



W. Edward Kincaid 

Amesbnrv, Mass. 




John Keein 

Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 




Ruth Kukuk 

McDonald, Ohio 



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Josephine Lanese 
South Euclid, Ohio 





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William Langell 
Wooster, Ohio 



Ruth Loomis 
Rn.venna, Ohio 



Joseph Losito 
Harrison, N. Y. 



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Roger Lewis 

Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 



Oliver Lodge 

Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 



Harold Law 
Kent, Ohio 






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Sam Lennox 

Coshocton, Ohio 



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LOETTA L.OVEJOY 
Nells, Ohio 





Ei.la Major 

Akron, Ohio 




Samuel Mancovitz 

Akron, Ohio 




Ethel Maurer 
Canfield, Ohio 




John McKay 

Akron, Ohio 




Maurice Maney 
Conneaut, Ohio 




Mildred 

McCoNOUGHEY 
Bedford, Ohio 




Elwood Miller 

Akron, Ohio 



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Evah Miller 

Parkersburg, W. Va. 





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I ii ma Murphy 
Kent, Ohio 



Gladys Moore 
Kent, Ohio 



Mrs. W. D. 

NlCKERSON 
Stow, Ohio 



David Nelson 
Uhrichsville, Ohio 



Lillian Neumann 

Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 



Donald Paddock 

Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 






Suxa Neale 

Akron, Ohio 





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A R LE N e Pa lm e r 
New Philadelphia, Ohio 




Don Parkinson 
Kent, Ohio 




Robert Peebles 
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 




Charles R. Poole 

South Euclid, Ohio 




Sophia Piechouski 
Canton, Ohio 




Lucile Price 

Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 



VlOLETTE POPP 

Lorain. Ohio 



Irene Puffer 
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 






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Harriet Ream 
Canton, Ohio 





Alvin Romito 
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohi( 




Joseph Rinaldi 
Kent, Ohio 




Lester Sarin 
Randolph, Ohio 




Betty Sahratt 
Steubenville, Ohio 



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John Ryznar 

McDonald, Ohio 





Makcella Rush 

Rig Prairie, Ohio 



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William Saari 
Conneaut, Ohio 




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LLTON SCHOPFER 
Killbuck, Ohio 



Louise Sauce 
Youngstown, Ohio 




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Anna Schroeder 
Cleveland Hts., Ohio 



Fred Scott 
Ravenna, Ohio 




Nadine Schumacher 
Canton, Ohio 



Fritz Segner 
Massillon, Ohio 



Walter Seifert 
Lakewood, Ohio 





Albert 

Shambarger 

South Euclid, Ohio 



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Mary E. Snyder 
Lorain, Ohio 





Robert Snodgrass 
Northfield, Ohio 



Reg Stam 
Cleveland, Ohio 



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Margaret Steigner 
Kent, Ohio 




Eli Steigner 
Kent, Ohio 



Clarabel Spacht 
Mantua, Ohio 









Howard Spieler 
Kent, Ohio 





Evangeline Stiles 
East Cleveland, Ohio 



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Pauline Stonehill 
Robertsville, Ohio 




Clarence Straub 

Hudson, Ohio 




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Paul Strahl 
Ravenna, Ohio 




Lucille Taur 

Toronto, Ohio 




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Martha Taylor 
Bucyrus, Ohio 




Anne Tescher 

Ravenna, Ohio 



Helen Strum 

Akron, Ohio 





Vivian Thomas 
Youngstown, Ohio 



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Virgii, Utterback 

Dellroy, Ohio 






Helen Vaughn 
New Milford, Ohio 




Jeannette Van Fleet 
Cleveland, Ohio 



Lauerence 

Watrous 
Ashtabula, Ohio 





Ltjcelle Walsh 
Youngstown, Ohio 



||Dale White Gibson 
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 



Ruth Weigand 
Painesville, Ohio 





Lois K. 
White leatheu 

Kent, Ohio 



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Pauline Wild 
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohiu 




Franklin Williams 

Kent, Ohio 








Lois Williams 
Lakewood, Ohio 




John H. Wilson 
Wooster, Ohio 







Ralph Williams 
New Philadelphia, Ohio 




Earl Wright 

.Junction City, Ohio 



Helen Woodruff 

Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 




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THE 1934 



C H E S T N U 

Senior Activities 



SENIOR OFFICERS 

President Joe Carl 

Vice President Pauline Stonehill 

Secretary Peg Rush 

Treasurer Harold Gear 



DONALD E. ALDERMAN 

Alpha Phi Beta; iBology Club; 
Beta Zeta; Men's Union; Band, 

1, 2, 3, 4; Intra Murals. 

DUANE R. BAKER 

Alpha Phi Beta, Sec. 4; Mathe- 
matics Club, Sec. 3, 4. 

ANNE BERNARD 

Moulton Hall, Vice Pres. 2, 
Treas. 4; Glee Club, 1; Y. W. 
C. A., 3. 

WILDA BELLE BOSCH 

Alpha Sigma Tau; Social Com- 
mittee, 1, 4; Glee Club; Mixed 
Chorus, Sec. and Treas.; Pan 
Hellenic, 4. 

ARTHUR J. CANIGLIA 

Varsity K Club, 2, 3 ,4; Kappa 
Sigma Chi, 2, 3, 4; Football. 

2, 3, 4; Track, 2; Wrestling, 2, 
3; Manuel Arts Club, 3, 4; 
Physical Education Club, 3, 4. 

JOE CARL 

Kappa Sigma Chi, Pres.; Pres. 
Senior Class; Student Council; 
Blue Key; Biology Club; Phy- 
sical Education Club; Fresh- 
man Coach; Football, 1, 2, 3; 
Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Track, 3; 
Phi Epsilon Kappa; Interfra- 
ternity Council. 

PETER F. CIPRIANO 

Executive Social Committee, 4; 
Freshmen-Sophomore Debate, 

1, 2; Kappa Sigma Chi; Chest- 
nut Burr, 3; Varsity Debate, 2. 

SAM CIPRIANO 

Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4; 
Wrestling, 2, 3; Baseball, 2, 3, 
4; Class Vice Pres., 3; Varsity 
"K" Association; Men's Glee 
Club, 1, 2; Manual Arts Club, 

2, 3, 4; Kappa Sigma Chi, 2, 3, 
4; Physical Education Club; 
Intra Mural Council, 3, 4; In- 
tra Mural Track. 

VERA COCHRAN 

Sigma Sigma Sigma; Off Camp- 
us Women's Club, Pres., 4; 
Kindergarten Primary Club; 
Cardinal Key; College Thea- 

RUTH COLLIER 

Wooster College, 1, 2; Alpha 
Sigma Tau, Sec. 4. 

RUSSELL G. COVER 

Alpha Phi Beta, Sec. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Inter-Fraternity Council, 4; 
Men's Glee Club, 3, 4; Y. M. 
C. A., 1, 3, 4; Math. Club, 3; 
Social Committee, 3; Men's 
Union; Intra Murals; Canton 
Club. 

EVELYN DICK 

Madrigal Club, Sec. and Treas. 
2; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Pres. 4; College Choir, 4; Sig- 
ma Delta Nu, Sec. 3; Music 
Club, Vice Pres. 3; Mixed 
Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 4; Kent Stat- 
er, 1. 



VESTA DONALDSON 

Beta Zeta; Biology Club; Glee 
Club; Mixed Chorus; Y. W. C. 
A.; Women's League. 

MARY JANE FAIRCHILD 

Flora Stone Mather College, 1; 
Women's League Social Chair- 
man, 2; Velvet Curtains, 3, 4; 
Cardinal Key, 4; Stater Staff, 
3, 4; Chestnut Burr Staff, 3; 
Alpha Sigma Alpha, Editor 3, 
Pres. 4. 

KARL FALLS 

Transfer from Akron U. ; Kap- 
pa Mu Kappa; Commerce Club, 
1, 2, 3, 4; Football, 3, 4; 
Chorus, 2, 3. 

MATTHEW A. FLOWER 

Kappa Sigma Chi; Physical 
Education Club; Manual Arts 
Club; Varsity "K" Associa- 
tion; Football, 2, 3, 4; Wrest- 
ling, 2, 3. 4; Baseball, 2; Intra 
Murals; Phi Epsilon Kappa. 

HAROLD L. GEAR 

Delta Phi Sigma, 1, 2, 3, 4 
Chaplain, 2, Sec. 3; Vice Pres. 
4; Blue Key, Sec. 4; Glee Club 
Business Manager, 3; Football 
1, 2, 3; Varsity "K" Club, 2 
3, 4; Class Treas., 4; Kent 
Stater, 1; Chestnut Burr, 2 
College Male Quartet, 4; Mad- 
rigal Club, 4; College Choir. 

CORVIN GERIG 

Delta Phi Sigma, secretary 2, 
sarg. at arms 3, treasurer 4; 
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Base- 
ball, 2, 3. 

CHARLES GLATZER 

Delta Phi Sigma; Y. M. C. A., 
Pres., 4; Blue Key; Physical 
Education Club; Varsity "K"; 
Phi Sigma Kappa; Student 
Advisor to Kent State Hi-Y; 
Clevelanld Kent Club; Class 
Treasurer, 2. 

DOROTHY GORDON 

Women's League; Commerce 
Club; W. A. A. 

NAOMI E. HANNA 
Lambda Chi. 



MARY HARDING 

Biology Club; College Choir, 
4; Girl's Glee Club; Chorus; 
W. A. A.; French Club; Beta 
Zeta. 

RUBY HARRIS 

Y. W. C. A.; Girl's Glee Club; 
Chorus; Music Club. 



GOLDIE HASLER 

Women's League; Off Campus 
Women's Club; History Club, 
3; Biology Club, 3, 4, Sec. 4; 
August Diploma Class 1931. 



FOREST HAWK, JR. 

Delta Phi Sigma; Blue Key; 
Phi Mu, Pres. 3; Varsity "K" 
Club; Music Club; College 
Choir, 4; Men's Glee Club, 1, 

2, 3, 4; College Quartet, 4; 
College Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
College Band, 3, 4; Tennis, 2, 

3, 4; Wrestling Mgr., 1, 2; 
Football Mgr., 4. 

EUNICE HINES 

College Theater; Alpha Psi 
Omega; Plays: Cradle Song, 
Wooden Kimona, Liliom, Your 
Uncle Dudley, Berkeley 
Square, The Last Warning; 
Chorus, 1; Junior-Senior Prom 
Queen, 3; Home Economics 
Club, Treas., V. Pres., Pres.; 
Alpha Sigma Tau, Correspond- 
ing Sec, V. Pres., Pres.; Col- 
lege Social Committee, 2, 3; 
Executive Social Committee, 3; 
Executive Council of Women's 
League, 3; Pan-Hellenic; Car- 
dinal Key. 

KENNETH HISSNER 

Wrestling; Kent Stater Staff; 
College Theater; Delta Phi 
Sigma; Commerce Club. 

HELEN HOFFMAN 

Delta Sigma Epsilon, Pres. 4, 
Business Manager 3, 4; Car- 
dinal Key, Pres. 4; Pan 
Hellenic, 2, 3, 4; Velvet Cur- 
tain Players, 3, 4; College 
Theater; Y. W. C. A., Pres. 1. 

ROSS HOY 

Men's Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Mixed 
Chorus, 2, 3; Basketball, 2; 
Biology Club, 3, 4; Physical 
Education Club, 4; Kappa 
Sigma Chi, Sec. 4. 

LOWER H. KELLOGG 

Y. M. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice. 
Pres. 4; College Theater, 1, 2, 
3; Social Committee, 2; Inter- 
Frat. Council, Sec. 4; Alpha 
Phi Beta, Pres. 4; Math. Club, 
1, 3. 

KAY KENNEY 

Alpha Sigma Tau, Pres. 2, 
Sec. 3; Kent Stater Staff, 1, 2; 
Chestnut Burr Staff, 3; Kent 
State Council, 3; Student 
Council; Pan Hellenic, 2. 

HARRY A. KIRK 

Commerce Club; College Thea- 
ter, 1, 2, 3; Glider Club; 
Chestnut Burr; Glee Club; 
Rifle Club. 

BILL LANGELL 

Delta Phi Sigma; Velvet Cur- 
tain Players, 1; Glee Club, 2, 
3, 4; College Theater, Stage 
Manager 2; Alpha Psi Omega; 
Kent Stater Stall', 3, !; Chest- 
nut Burr, liusiness Manager I; 
Blue Key; Swimming Club. 



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THE 1934 CHESTNUT BURR 

Senior Activities 



HAROLD LAW 

Delta Phi Sigma, Chaplain 3, 
Pres. 4; Captain Debate Squad, 
4: Kappa Gamma, Pres. 4; 
Blue Key, Pres. 4; Glider 
Club, Pres. 4; Varsity Track, 
3; Student Council, 4; Y. M. 
C. A., 2; Inter-fraternity 
Council, 4; Chestnut Burr, 
Feature Editor 3. 

SAM LENNON 

Delta Phi Sigma; Baseball, 
2, 3. 

RUTH LOOM IS 

Pi Delta Theta, President 3; 
K. P. Club; College Theater; 
Biology Club; Women's 
League; Off Campus Women's 
Club. 

LOETTA L. LOVE JOY 

Kindergarten Primary (Jlub; 
Y. W. C. A.; Off Campus Wo- 
men's Club; Biology Club. 

ELLA MAJOR 

Off Campus Women's Club; 
Women's League, Executive 
Council 3. 

ETHEL MAURER 

College of Education; Phi 
Alpha Alpha, Corresponding 
See. 4; French Club, 1, 2, 4. 

SULA K. NEALE 

Commerce Club; Alpha Sigma 
Tau, Corresponding Secretary. 

LILLIAN NEUMANN 

W. A. A.; Physical Education 
Club, Vice Pres. 3; Omega Phi 
Delta; Home Economics Club; 
W. A. A., Board 4; Executive 
Council, Senior Representative 
4. 

AKLENE PALMER 

B.A. Ohio Wesleyan Univer- 
sity; Theta Upsilon; Delta 
Omicron; College Theater; 
Plays: Gold in the Hills, 
Berkeley Square; Girls' Glee 
Club; Madrigal Club; Mixed 
Chorus; College Choir. 

SOPHIA PIECHOUSKI 

Biology Club; Canton Club; 
Home Economics Club. 

CHARLES R. POOLE 

Alpha Phi Beta, Treas. 1, 2, 
3, 4; Beta Zeta; Biology Club, 
Vice Pres. 4; Le Cercle Fran- 
cais, Pres. 3; Cleveland Club. 

LUCILE PRICE 

Mathematics Club, Sec. and 
Treas.; Off Campus Women's 
Club, Treas.; French Club; 
Assistant in Mathematics De- 
partment. 

RUTH KUKUK 

Pi Kappa Sigma; Off Campus 
Women's Club; Women's 
League; French Club; Band; 
Stater Staff. 

HARRIET REAM 

W. A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Physical 
Education Club; College Thea- 
ter; Omega Phi Delta. 

ALVIN ROMITO 

Kappa Sigma Chi, Vice Pres. 
I; Physical Education Club, 
Pres. 4; Manual Aits Club; 
Va isit.v "K" Association j Base- 
ball, 2; Intra Murals; Lnter- 
Ki affinity Council, 4; Gym 
Team, I; Phi Epsilon Kappa. 



MARCELLA RUSH 

Theta Sigma Upsilon, Pres. 4, 
Editor 3; Class Treasurer, 4; 
Commercial Club, Sec. 4; Car- 
dinal Key, Vice Pres. 4; Kent 
Stater, 3, 4; Chestnut Burr, 
Sorority Editor 4; Pan-Hel- 
lenic, 3, 4. 

MARJORIE RUSSELL 

Stater, Dabbler Column 1; Chi 
Pi, 2; College Theater, 2, 3; 
Delta Sigma Epsilon, Pres. 3, 
Corresponding Sec. 4. 

JOHN W. RYZNAR 

Blue Key, Treas. 3, 4; Lambda 
Chi, 3, 4; Barbarian, Pres. 3, 
4; Social Committee, 3; Biolo- 
gy Club, 3; Intra Murals, 3, 4; 
Youngstown-Kent Club, Vice 
Pres.; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4. 

WILLIAM S. SAARI 

Men's Union; Kappa Sigma 
Chi, Social Chairman 4; Swim- 
ming Club, 2, 3. 

LOUISE SAUSE 

Velvet Curtain Players; Col- 
lege Theater; Y. W. C. A., 1, 
2; Biology Club, 3 ; O. C. W. C; 
Women's Debate, 4. 

NADINE SCHUMACHER 

Theta Sigma Upsilon, Sec. 4; 
Lambda Chi, Pres. 4; Pan 
Hellenic; College Social Com- 
mittee. 

WALTER W. SEIFERT 

Sigma Tau Gamma; Vice Pres- 
ident Freshman Class; Presi- 
dent Sophomore Class; Assist- 
ant Editor Kent Stater; Edi- 
tor Kent Stater; Blue Key; 
Velvet Curtains; College Thea- 
ter; Playcast: "Life of Wash- 
ington"; Freshman Football 
and Intra Murals; Kent State 
Council 1931-32; Student Coun- 
cil, 1933-34; College Social 
Committee. 

ELI STEIGNER 

Freshmen Players, 1; Velvet 
Curtains, 3; Glider Club, 
Treasurer' 3, 4; Manual Arts 
Club, Vice Pres. 4; Editor of 
the Manual Arts Club Bulle- 
tin, 4; Student Assistant of 
the Manual Training Depart- 
ment, 4; College Theater, 2, 
3. 4. 

ALBERT D. SHAMBARGER 

Delta Phi Sigma; Alpha Psi 
Omega, Director 4; Blue Key; 
College Theater, Manager 4; 
Ohio Wesleyan, 1; College 
Social Committee, 4; Execu- 
tive Social Committee, 4; Vel- 
vet Curtain Players; Plays: 
Cock Robin, Craig's Wife, 
Liliom, Devil's Disciple, Sun- 
Up, Your Uncle Dudley, The 
Isle, Servant in the House, 
The Last Warning, Berkeley 
Square; College Orator, 4; 
Chestnut Burr, 3. 

MARY ELIZABETH SNYDER 

Theta Sigma Upsilon; Home 
Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Y. W. C. A., 1; College Thea- 
ter, 2; Women's Glee Club, 3, 
4; Mixed Chorus, 3, 4. 

MARGARET STEIGNER 

W. A. A., 1; Commerce Club, 
3, 1; Women's League. 



POLLY STONEHILL 

Pi Delta Theta, Pres. 4; Vice 
Pres. Senior Class; Cardinal 
Key; Velvet Curtain Players; 
College Theater; Pan Hellenic 
Representative, 3, 4. 

CLARENCE E. STRAUB 

Miami U, 1; Dramatics; Stater 
Staff, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 2, 3; 
Football, 3, 4; Baseball, 3, 4; 
Delta Phi Sigma; Biology 
Club. 

CLARABEL SPACHT 

French Club; Y. W. C. A.; Off 
Campus Women's Club. 

HELEN STRUM 

Alpha Sigma Alpha, Secretary 
3, 4; Off Campus Women's 
Club, V. P. 3, 4; College Thea- 
ter; Women's League. 

MARTHA M. TAYLOR 

Cardinal Key; Commerce Club; 
Women's League; French Club; 
Off Campus Women's Club; 
Pan Hellenic; Phi Alpha Al- 
pha, Pres. 4. 

ANNE TESCHER 

Chestnut Burr, 2„ 3, 4, Editor 

4; Kent Stater Staff, 1, 2 3 

4; Chi Pi, 2, 3, 4, President 4; 

College Theater, 1, 2, 3, 4; 

College Social Committee, 2, 
3, 4; O. C. W. C, 2, 4. 

VIVIAN F. THOMAS 

Miami U, 30-33; Delta Delta 
Delta; K. P. Club. 

T. V. UTTERBACK 

Alpha Phi Beta, Vice Pres. & 
Pledgemaster 4; Intra Mural 
Council (Barbarians), 1; Men's 
Union Committee, 3; Blue 
Key, 3, 4. 

JEANNETTE VAN FLEET 
Pi Delta Theta; K. P. Club; 
Off Campus Women's Club 1; 
Shark Club, 1. 

HELEN VAUGHN 

Women's League; Phi Alpha 
Alpha; Commerce Club. 

DALE WHITE GIBSON 

Kappa Mu Kappa; Blue Key; 
Alphi Psi Omega; Sigma 
Delta; Velvet Curtain Players; 
Dramatics, 1, 2, 3, 4; Orches- 
tra, 1, 2, 3, 4. 

LOIS K. WHITELEATHER 

College Theater, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Alpha Psi Omega, 2, 3, 4, 
Business Manager 3, 4; Kappa 
Gamma, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; 
Women's Debate, 2, 3, 4; Ger- 
man Club, 4. 

JOHN H. WILSON 

Delta Phi Sigma, Secretary 2; 
Men's Union, Chairman 2; 
Football, 2; Chestnut Burr, 1 
2, 3; Athletic Manager, 3, 4; 
Varsity K, 3, 4. 

EARL O. WRIGHT 

Delta Phi Sigma, Velvet Cur- 
tain Players; College Theater; 
Commerce Club; Biology Club; 
History Club; Men's Glee 
Club, 3; Class Pres., 2; Men's 
Union; Phys. Ed. Club, 1, 2; 
Intra-Murals, l, 2, 3, 4; Track, 
2. 




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Lottise Anderson Jerry Baird Frank Baker 

Florence Anthony Alvin Bamberger 



Wayne Baumburger Dorothy Bowers Clark Braden 

Chester Borlet Dale Bowman 



Ruth Bhelow Paul Callahan Vera Chamberlain 

Fred Bundy Kenneth Carpenter 



THE 193 




Irene Clark Aldeen Cox Ray Diller 

George Cobb Howard Dailey 



Lucille Faught Harriet Franklin Martha George 

Charles Fauser Katherine Garvin 



Joe Gettrust Mabel Grabenstetter Elizabeth Green 

James Ghent Myra Graham 



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John Grizinski June Harrison Jessie Hinds 

James Hagfudox Bonnie Hart 



George Horach Janet Holt Margaret Hunt 

Martha Holbrook Clara Httef 



Fred Huston Frank Julian Alphoretta Kirk 

Robert Johnson Dorothy Kenty 



FORTY-TWO 



THE 1934 CHESTNUT BUR 




Roy Landis Elizabtjd Mason Ray Nesbtt 

Mabel Law Helen Miklus 



Albert Nye Sadie Orasoon Irene Overholt 

Annetta Ogg (). E. Ott 



JFerner Paul Edwin Peeil Mabel Pressler 

Donald Peck Elizabeth Porter 



FORTY-THREE 



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Rosemary Price Gertrude Quirk Joseph Repasky 

Geraldine Quimby Malvern Randels 



Ina Richard Virginia Rosch Lotjaine Schram 

Ralph Riddle Dorothy Sabin 



Winifrede Schram William Scott Imogene Singer 

Kenneth Scott Lillian Shields 



FORTY-FOUR 



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Earl Skillicorn Ann Sofranec Elbert Tomlinson 

Victoria Smolen Dorothy Sweany 



Don Ulrich Alyce Wenger Kent Wierman 

Mary Jane Weber Halhert White 



Maxwell Williams Harold Williamson George Wolff 

Ruth Williams Roger Wolcott 



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Frank Barker Chester Dornbush Evelyn Hagke 

Gordon Chrumbacher Allan Ensminger 



Mary Keller George Kling Ruth Puffer 

Dean Kisseberth Wayne Pardee 



IiUELLA SlEGUIST FREDA StLRGELL Hl'BERT WaNDS 

Jack Spencer Joe Taboksky 



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Walter Wolfe Louise Young 

Al Young 

Lucille Young Sara Young 

Pauline Young 



JUNIOR OFFICERS 

President Maxwell Williams 

Vice President Chester Borlct 

Secretary Dorothy Bowers 

Treasurer Mabel Law 



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HE 1934 CHESTNUT BURR 




John Alexander Na Vera Anderson Raymond Arnett Dorothy Baldwin 

Helen Amer Howard Andreas Alden Baker 

Frances Baldwin Elizabeth Barbe Kathryn Barker Ruth Basel 

Helen Baldwin Mary Barclay Goldie Bartza 

Carl Battenfield Mary Bell Dot Binkley Virginia Boone 

Margery Battles Virginia Betteridge Robert Bogenrief 

Agnes Bouga Mathilde Burky Evelyn Casper Eileen Cavanaugh 

Eleanor Broad Leota Butler Donald Cassler 

Treva Chapin Catherine Clark Grace Coppersmith Esther Coursen 

Lucile Christen Dorothy Cole Josephine Cotman 



Helen Crcal Mary Curry Vernell Dawson Catherine Deem 

Arlie Cunningham Anne Czupilo Frances Day 



THE 1934 CHESTNUT 









Helene Denehy Marion DcWeese Irwin Duff Daisy Dunlop 

Margaret Dennis Lucille Dickinson Eleanor Dunbar 

Bertha DuPont Pauline Eicher Edna Evans Ruth Ewald 

Mildred Easton Anna Elder Leith Everitt 

Opal Ewell Doris Faulkner Herman Fischer Kathryn Fitzgerald 

John Farinacci Lois Faulkner Frances Fisk 

Betty Forner Carol Fredebaugh Margaret Frock Lester Furney 

Alice Franklin Reita Frederick Burdettc Frost 

Hubert Gardner Edward Garrison Tillie Gaydos Yolanda Gcrbec 

Marion Gardner Mary Gaylord Dorothy Genuske 

Ernest Gialluca Harry Gilcrest Bill Gressard June Gugelman 

Margaret Gibala Opal Goddard Ruth Gue 



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Otto Hack Evelyn Hagne Laura Hamill Ruth Harness 

Carl Hageman Helen Hall Harold Hardy 

Dean Harrah La-Rue Heffelman Dorothy Hensel Marian Hess 

Helen Hastings Dorothy Heminger Hubert Hensel 

Bernard Heuser Phyllis Hoffman Nancy Hollister Irene Hudson 

Louise Hiss Jeanne Hollander Maxine Horn 

Irene Huffman Evelyn Johnson Glenn Jordan Magdalene Juszli 

Victoria Joanta James Jones Mary Joyce 

Robert Katzcnmcycr Kathryn Kenreish Dorothy Ketcham Katbryn King 

Ruth Keck Marian Kent Freda Kiedaisch 

Janet Knott Mary Kwiensky Clyde Lapp Sue Lisko 

Esther Kuntzman Esther Laird Euphemia Lawson 



FIFTY-TWO 



THE 1934 CHESTNUT BUR 




Harry Lohr Marian Machamer Marian Maddock Kay Marks 

Helen Lundeen Ethel Maddock Evelyn Manley 

Jack Maurer Myra McElfish Ruby McHugh Gullan Melin 

Edgar McCormick Helen McGuigan Mary McKean 

Ruth Mencer Mary Miller Wilmer Munzenmayer Orletta Oakleaf 

Esther Miller Mary Muir Alice Myers 

John Page Genevieve Parker Ruth Patterson Esther Porter 

Louine Pardee Helen Paserbevis Jane Plumb 

Katherine Pratsch Anne Ress Ella Roberts Elsie Rosenberger 

Virginia Raysor Christine Roberts Claire Roeble 

Anne Ruddy Ruth Ruhlraann Nelson Salathe Edith Schnell 

Sam Rufo Janette Rutledge Helen Schaeffer 



FIFTY-THHKE 




Berdein Schumacher Ruth Scott Mary Scully Alfred See 

Carrie Scott Mary Scullion .lane Seager 

Maida Seeley John Sheron John Simpson Margaret Smetts 

Dorothy Shaw Paul Shively Russell Slutz 

Martha Smith Aileen Soyles Flora Sprague Gladys Stanley 

Martha L. Smith Rosa Sperra Olive Springborn 

Lucile Stanley Bernice Stenson Ruth Stock Lois Straight 

Hazel Starr John Stetler Margaret Stoner 

Frank Taborsky Hazel Tipton Elisabeth Troeger Roxane Tullsen 

Gertrude Teter Helen Todut Loris Troyer 

Richard Tuttle Aletha VanGuilder Eleanor Varley Edna Wade 

Ruth Unkefer Wilson VanVoorhis Olive Votaw 



FIFTY-FOUR 



THE 1934 CHESTNUT BURR 




Virginia Aiken Lucille Arnold Alta Bancroft Robert Baumgardner 

Glen Andrews Anna Babinchak Rex Baugbman 

Ruth Beinstein Arthur Berg James Bode Carlotta Case 

Carmel Berardi Murray Bennett Gerald Brittain 

Ruth Clark Sally Caldwell Walter Curtiss Elizabeth Daskovich 

Dewon Clay Ethel Curry Leoda Davidson 

Annretta De Vore Clarence Eckert Eleanor Fear Thelma Fritz 

Ruth Donahue Robert Eisel Charlotte Frazier 

Edward Fuller Miriam Gruen Doris Hahlen Velma Houder 

Corrine Gainer John Gruszecki Robert Hall 

Frank Hovey Elizabeth James Vivian Jones John Kalkas 

Lawrence Huber Herman Jones Alice Juringus 



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Leo Lutz Amelia. Matejka Jay Miller Roger Nickerson 

Mary Manos John McCort Peter Nepodal 

Wilbur Pardee David Pearson Gerald Read Royal Reynolds 

Isabelle Parker Mildred Peterson Howard Retzler 

Arthur Ruggles Ralph Slates Jane Smith Harold Stull 

Martha. Shotsinger Dale Smith Wendell Stribley 

Elsie Swan Clifford Tyler Hazel Walker Arietta Walsh 

Grace Titterington Harold Vaughn Wayne Wallace 

Sue Wampler Neva Watkins Peter AVawrin Melva Weimer 

Naudine Waters Velma Watson Mary Weier 



Harold Wendelken Ottomar Weyer Ruth Whittlesey Mary Whitely 

.Fane VVcrden Bennett White Paxton Wbitmire 



THE 1934 CHESTNUT 




Ruth Wiant Alice Wilcox Nellie Williams Virginia Williams 

LeRoy Widowski James Wilder Dorothy Williamson 

Paul Wise Margere Wiswell Lucille Workman Lucille Wright 

Winifred Wise Beulah Woodford Frances Woy 

Paid Wyles Mary Young Stephen Zboray Lois Zurcher 

Helen Yelichek Ann Zepko Helen Zurcher 

Mabel Zurcher Don Cassler 

Murry Pennett Dean Weichman 



Class Officers 



SOPHOMORE DEGREE 



SOPHOMORE DIPLOMA 



President LeRoy Widowski 

Vice President Bill DeWeese 

Secretary Alta Bancroft 

Treasurer Joanne Hollander 



President Sue Wampler 

Vice President Anne Ress 

Secretary Berdein Schumaker 
Treasurer Ruth Basel 



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Youngstown Club 

The Youngstown-Kent club was organized to develop friendship among 
the Youngstown students enrolled at Kent, and through mutual associations 
at meetings and social events to boost the college. 

Executives are : 

President Lawrence Vagnozzi 

Vice President John Ryznar 

Secretary Virginia Harpman 

Treasurer Frank Julian 

Social Chairman Helen Backus 

Publicity Jane Seager 

Canton Club 

The Canton club was organized for the purpose of serving as a connecting- 
link between the city of Canton and Kent State College. Various' social func- 
tions were held during the year in Kent and at Canton. 

Officers are : 

President Malvern W. Randels 

Vice President Don Cassler 

Secretary Paul Schear 

Treasurer Jane Ungashick 

Faculty Advisor Prof. S. A. Harbourt 

Cleveland Club 

Membership in the Cleveland club is open to all students who live in 
Greater Cleveland or who were graduated from a Greater Cleveland high school. 
The group has a two-fold purpose: to bring more Cleveland students to Kent 
State and to sponsor social functions in Cleveland during vacations. 



Officers art 



President Rosemary C. Price 

Vice President John Sheron 

Secretary Irene Clark 

Treasurer Frances Lothrop 

Social Chairman . Charles Glatzer 



Beta Zeta 

Beta Zeta was organized in May 1933. Its purpose is the promoting of 
interest and encouragement of research in Biological Science. Bi-monthly 
meetings are held at which lectures on special projects are given by the stu- 
dents. 



Officers are : 



President Seymour J. Fear 

Secretary Vesta Donaldson 

Treasurer Jack Spencer 



FIl'TY-KIOIIT 




Freshmen 




COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 



Angelo, Philip Michael 
Baldwin, Frances 
Banfield, Henrietta 
Beinstein, Ruth 
Benning, Leora Marie 
Bianchi, Anne 
Bowers, Mildred Eileen 
Branchik, Michael 
Brannon, Mary Esther 
Briola, Harold Daniel 
Broad, Margaret 
Buck, Ruth 
Buckmaster, Jayne E. 
Buell, Charlene 
Humphrey, Elizabeth J. 
Burke, Roy Oral 
Bush, Frances Sabia 
Caldwell, Evelyn R. 
Catlin, Madeline E. 
Cliappelear, Paul F. 
Chrispell, Eleanor 
Cipra, Virginia Marie 
Cooper, Robert 
Curtis, Walter M. 
Damann, Kenneth E. 
Damkov, Pete 
Danforth, Helen Grace 
DeFazio, Virginia Marie 
DeSimio, Isabelle Marie 
Dunlavey, Howard 
Ebie, Lillian Pauline 
Ellery, Shirley Dorlhea 
Elliott, Bernita May 
Eynon, Mrs. Jennie 



Falls, Clare 
Faloon, Eleanor Jean 
Fitzgerald, Dorothy L. 
Foley, Marguerite R. 
Foss, Robert Irving 
Frank, Mary Lillian 
Gamauf, William 
Gennett, Arthur .Joseph 
Gifford, Herbert E. 
Gilly, Victor Robert 
Gingery, Stanley W. 
Godfrey, Albert' H., Jr. 
Grader, Kenneth W. 
Hague, Eva Muriel 
Hall, Anna Elizabeth 
Harrington, William B. 
Helmboldt, William H. 
Hess, Marion Carol. 
Holmes, George Edwin 
Horlak, Michael 
Horn, Jean Florence 
Houser, Catherine M. 
Huge, Karl August 
Jacolenne, Adelina C. 
Kane, Hugh 
Kasha, Joseph Sos 
Kegler, Edward Francis 
Kerka, Joseph James 
Korb, Eugene Barth 
Kunert, Betty K. 
Longcoy, Mahelle Ada 
Lothrop, Frances C. 
Lowry, Martha Jane 
Ludt, Silas 



Luikart, Dorothy L. 
McAlister, Wilbur Atlee 
McGrath, Harriett 
McLaughlin, Mary Jane 
McSorley, Jane Agnes 
Maines, George J. 
Malone, Anna Mae 
Malpass, Edith L. 
Markley, Ethel Althea 
Miller, Bernice Virginia 
Miller, Laura Anne 
Miller, Robert George 
Moore, Frances Jeanette 
Moore, La Verne C. 
Moore, Willard 
Morrell, Ruth Louise 
Mosher, Francis 
Myers, Everett W. 
Neal, Richard 
Nees, Josephine 
Noble, Marion 
Osborne, Marjorie E. 
Oviatt, Ruth Viola 
Pacinch (Page), Joe A. 
Palmer, Winifred A. 
Parmigian, Ralph Steve 
Peet, Jane Elizabeth 
Pfeil, Janet Ann 
Pfingsgraff, Mary 
Ratzenberger, Margaret 
Rehm, Walter A. 
Richards, Eileen Martha 
Rogers, .James Douglas 
Ross, Ledo 



Rueth, Zita Marie 
St. John, Eileen Asthore 
Sanner, Nolan James 
Savory, William 
Scharf, John Ernest 
Scott, Johny Fulton 
Shank, Eugene Leon 
Shaw, Dorothy Lucille 
Sheffield, Vernon Lee 
Shuman, Effie Lenore 
Simpson, Bruce Harold 
Smith, Harry William 
Smith, Marie 
Spelman, Marian E. 
Spieer, Doris Jane 
Spitz, Alice 
Stadler, Rita Mary 
Stambaugh, Marie K. 
Stoner, Margaret 
Stull, Harold Forest 
Swan, Ada Alice 
Thomas, Kathryn 
Towne, Marion Ethel 
Troeger, Elisabeth W. 
Truscott, Ella 
Ungashick, Jane Alice 
Urban, George 
Villella, James l^ugene 
Wardell, John William 
Watkins, Virgil 
Weyer, Phyllis May 
White, Bennett 
Wood, Mary Isabelle 
Woods, Jeanette Louise 
Young, Dorothy 








COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 



Alexander, Kenneth S. 
Allen, George William 
Alvarez, Evaline 
Anderson, William K. 
Ault, William 
Austin, Hilda Dorothy 
Bader, Eleanor Leona 
Banka, Mae Strong 
Barlow, Donald Charles 
Battenfeld, Carl Frank 
Baughman, Rex Samuel 
Benedict, Ruth Lenore 
Benson, Nelson Maurice 
Beukeman, Robert A. 
Biasella, Aurora Madia 
Bierce, Marjorie 
Black, Freddie 
Black, Otis Diet/, 
Blosser, Margaret Alice 
Bly, Alton 
Bode, James Henry 
Bolich, Richard Owen 
Boyich, Paul Robert 
Brietenstein, Sam 
Brittain, Gerald F. 
Broadbent, Todd 
Brunner, Ruth Marie 
Butler, Robert Perry 
Call, Arthur Malcolm 
Cameron, Ralph Willard 
Capel, LaVerda Ethel 
Carter, Norvin P. 
Clark, Barbara 
Clark, Elizabeth Esta 
Clcmmer, Carl Andrew 



Colby, Mary Margaret 
Collier, Helen Margaret 
Cor in, Joseph 
Cook, Howard Leigh 
Copelancl, Claer Ernest 
Corl, Morris 
Crabbs, Thurman 
Craig, James Russell 
Critz, Jone Paul 
Daugherty, Lola Gladys 
Davis, Robert Selwyn 
Deeds, John Edwin 
DeFulis, Juilio Gerald 
Dick, Mildred Pauline 
Dvke, Ralph Edgar 
Eckert, Wilford R. 
Eddy, Laura Elizabeth 
Elsaesser, Carolyn A. 
Ensminger, Kathryn E. 
Ettinger, Shirley Vail 
Ferrara, George 
Fielding, Olive 
Fouser, David Franklin 
Foust, Willard Clarence 
Frost, John Burdette 
Galati, Francis Vincent 
Garrison, Edward E. 
Gettrust, Mary Frances 
Getz, William' II. 
Goodellj Edgar 
Gorham, Lewis At wood 
Griffin, Donald I lane 
Griffin, Richard Wilmer 
Grohe, Harold 
Guise, Newton Cornelius 



Hansen, Richard Parker 
Harrington, Harriet M. 
Harrington, Myron E. 
Harris, Earl Norris 
Hastings, Margaret J. 
Hedeman, Lincoln Park 
Hollister, Gerald Allan 
Morton, Robert Lumley 
Hovey, Frank Thomas 
Howard, Claud Reed 
Howard, Marian J. 
Hum, Sarah Elizabeth 
Janda, Wilbur James 
Klein, Ruth Naomi 
Knapp, Harry Conrad 
Layer, Jeanette 
Leffingwell, Mary E. 
Little, Warren Tousley 
Lloyd, Malcolm 
Lodge, George Frederick 
Lutz, Gilbert Parkhurst 
McCormick, William G. 
McGrew, Chester 
MeKinky, James E. 
Maneovitz, Abe 
Mattison, Helen Beatrice 
Maurer, John Fox 
Meech, Florence Luna 
Merrick, Ruth 
Miller, Doris Maxinc 
Moran, Raymond 
Morse, .Joe Wilson 
Mosher, Frances Eugene 
Mowery, William E. 
Moyer, .lean Louise 



Musselman, Allyne Joyce 
Nelson, Andre Harry 
Nickum, Don John 
Norris, Charles Richard 
Oberlin, Robert 
Oliver, Mary Louise 
Palfi, Margaret Yvonne 
Parker, Paul Oliver 
Pender, Gladys Mary 
Pyson, Marian Agnes 
Ranney, Don Edward 
R edinger. Grant S. 
Ritchie, Frank Lee 
Ruff, William Louis 
Scheck, Robert 
Schieber, Irene Faye 
Schneider, Edward W. 
Schroyer. Doris Jildean 
Scobie, James Barrett 
Season, Gerald 
See, Alfred Clyde 
Shearer, Howard E. 
Shook, Howard Deninaii 
Siddall, Don Frank 
Simon, William 
Simpson, John Bartshe 
Slates, Ralph David 
Smith, Dale Burnette 
Smith, Lawrence 
Smith, William John 
Sokoloski, Chester Peter 
Specht, Mary Louise 
Spencer, Garner Arthur 
Spencer, Mary Ellen 
Stein, Averal Lawrence 



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Stewart, Mary Jane 
Stopher, Margaret Mary 
Swan, Mae Jeanne 
Swedish, Frank 
Swinehart, Merle Robert 
Thomas, Reg 
Thomas, Talbott, E., Jr. 



A eke ret, Drew 
Adams, Grace 
Adlard, Katherine 
Ailes, Dorothy May 
Amer, Helen Mae 
Am stutz, Grace Irene 
Babinchak, Anna E. 
Backus,' Helen 
Raker, Margery 
Baumberger, Bernice M. 
Reach, Catherine Alice 
Beardsley, Gladys Lucile 
Beebout, Mary Margaret 
Behrend, Adelaide F. 
Bell, Charlotte Alberta 
Berardi, Carmel 
Riclil, George Henry 
Biery, Pauline Elizabeth 
Binkley, Dot Arlene 
Blazek, Anna Helen 
Bliss, Ethel La Verne 
Bostwick, Barbara .lean 

Bovard, Elizabeth F. 
Brobst, William E. 
Brogan, Betty Jane 
Brown, Doloris 
Brown, Madalyn 



Thomas, Tyler 
Thompson, Martha Helen 
Vagnozzi, Lawrence 
VanOster, Wilma J. 
Vaughan, Lewis H. 
Weir, Donald LaMar 
Weldin, Walter 



White, John Robert 
Whittlesey, Margaret M. 
Wilenius, Wilfred 
Willett, Emily 
Williams, Ervin Ray 
Williams, Kenneth B. 
Williams, Loren Emerson 



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 



Rrown, Ruth Evelyn 
Bryan, Graydon Reid 
Burchard, Marion Louise 
Burford, Lillian Marian 
Burky, Matilde 
Carver, Glen Sproul 
Casper, Doris Ann 
Clark, Nellie Mae 
Closser, Joseph Elviro 
Cochran, Thelma Ellen 
Coggins, Marjorie Mae 
Cook, Mary 

Cooper, Genevieve Carol 
Coopersmith, Helen 
Con rath, Florence 
Crabtree, Dorothy 
Croskey, Helen Louise 
Crozier, Marjorie Louise 
Custer, Betty Ann 
Dawson, Jeanette 
DePascale, Yolanda R. 
DeVore, Annretta Rose 
Diday, Mary Emily 
Diday, Nellie Pauline 
Diehl, Marguerite F. 
Diehm, Ruth Martha 
Diver, Dorothy Dale 



Drabek, Irene Agnes 
Dubetz, Mildred M. 
Duckworth, Nina Ruth 
Dunn, Mary Louise 
Duvall, Wilma A. 
Dykins, Gwendolyn 
Earl, Florence 
Ebie, Beulah Marie 
Edie, John George 
Ellinwood, Alice L. 
Endlich, Inex 
Erb, Avanell 
Eyster, Mildred Rose 
Ferrari, Jennie Mae 
Fiedler, Lillian Pearl 
Fisher, Sheldon Clay 
Fontana, Celeste Michael 
Force, Leon Silas 
Fortier, Martha Zuber 
Fox, Jacolyn 
Funk, Helen Esther 
Gates, Rebecca Jean 
Geer, Jane 
Geer, Janice 
Geletka, Anna 
Giannetto, Rose Ann 
Cirard, Arlene 



Wilson, Robert M. 
Winemiller, Frederick 
Wolfe, Rosalie Esther 
Woods, Mary Jane 
Wright, Danny 
Wright, Joseph W. 
Young, Billy Hayne 
Zupan, John Earl 



Gogesch, Mathilda 
Gottschalt, Lillian S. 
Grant, Helen Evelyn 
Gray, Ethel Loretta 
Greeneisen, Lucille K. 
Grosjean, Mildred Alice 
Haines, Mae Genevieve 
Hall, Margaret Eileen 
Hamrock, Aloysius T. 
Harlan, Ethel Mae 
Harpman, Virginia C. 
Harrison, Adeline B. 
Harrison, William E. 
Harsh, Lillian Nereva 
Hawk, Edith May 
Hawkins, Beatrice L. 
Hays, Mary Luella 
Heber, Paynella Mae 
Helling, Harry Lee 
Helm, Victor 
Helmreich, Audrey R. 
Henderson, Mabel Marie 
Henry, Wanetta 
Hoffman, Mildred F. 
Hollander, Maryellen 
Horst, Esther Olivia 
Hosmer, Stella Gene 



SIXTY-TWO. 




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House, Elizabeth Ann 
Housley, Charlyn D. 
Isler, Elizabeth Anne 
Johnson, Josephine E. 
Jones, Ardis 
Jones, Edith Mae 
Jones, Ethel Lisle! 
Jones, Ruth Caroline 
Kalfus, Rosalie 
Kasper, Winona Jean 
Kauffman, Velma B. 
Kearns, Joseph F. 
Kellogg, Ruth Myrtle 
Kennedy, Helen E. 
Kishton", Stella 
Klingensmith, Virginia R. 
Kramer, Rernadette G. 
Kroeck, Margaret E. 
Ladrach, Arlene Rosina 
Leggett Kathryn Veeele 
Lewis, Isabel Royd 
Lichti, Frances Roberta 
Lilie, Jean Elizabeth 
Luke, Rlanche La Von 
McConnell, Dorothy I. 
McConnell, Mary Anna 
McDowcl, Lois J. 
McElfish, Myra E. 
Machamer, Marian A. 
Magee, Melvin 
Manzo, Carolyn Alice 



Markley, Treva Rene 
Marks, Glea Arline 
Maxwell, Doyle Reeghly 
Merton, Dorothy 
Messerly, Susan 
Messersmith, Lillebelle 
Miller, Lois Maxine 
Mitten, Helen Elizabeth 
Mizer, Verna Mae 
Moffo, Carmela 
Moon, Mary Elizabeth 
Morse, Guyanetta K. 
Mosley, Louise Eleanor 
Mross, Eva Catherine 
Murray, Dorothy Anne 
Myers, Dorothy Dolletta 
Novasad, Helen Carol 
Nuzum, Joe Wallace 
Nuzum, Isabel Ollie 
Olinger, Justine Leland 
Opre, Wilma Mae 
Osborne, Lucile 
Palmer, Catherine E. 
Patterson, Helen E. 
Paul, Alice Jane 
Powell, Rerdine Avis 
Prysoek, Wilma Elaine 
Quirk, Elizabeth R. 
Richardson, Retty H. 
Richmond, Evelyn Anola 
Ringer, Ora 



Ringheimer, Geraldine M. 
Roberto, Filomena 
Rodgers, Leona Mae 
Rogers, Vivian Juliann 
Romp, Margaret Alice 
Room, Eunice Margaret 
Rowe, Irene Fern 
Rudolph, Anabelle 
Russell, Janet Louise 
Saker, Edna 
Sauerbrey, Paul A. 
Saulter, Virginia Grace 
Schaffter, Helen M. 
Schmidt, Theron Wayne 
Schnurrenberger, Jean 
Schott, Eleanor K. 
Schwarz, Olive Catherine 
Seleski, Martha Jane 
Sells, Leta May 
Sherer, Annabelle 
Simcox, Dorothy Mae 
Simons, Bertha Elizabeth 
Sixt, Helen Lydia 
Smith, Grace Arzella 
Sonnhalter, Eulalia C. 
Staley, Dorothy Irene 
Stallsmith, Daisy M. 
Starkey, Mildred F. 
Strcine, Elizabeth W. 
Studer, Freda Louise 
Summer, Velma Gay 



Taggart, Ruth 
Ternasky, Mary 
Thompson, Charles E. 
Thompson, Sarah Mae 
Tkacs, Elizabeth Jane 
Todut, Helen 
Toth, Margarette R. 
Traut, Dorothy Jean 
Van Voorhis, Wilson H. 
Waldron, Sally M. 
Watkins, Twila 
Weaver, Eleanor 
Weible, Alice 
Wells, Helen Mae 
Wenger, Sylvia 
Wbetson, Vivian Olive 
Whiteleather, Alice 
Whiteleather, Martha 
Whiteleather, Ruby 
Williams, Cora Belle 
Wilson, Emma 
Woodford, Beulah 
Woolf, Lucille Ann 
Voder, Virgil W. 
Zehner, Lavonne 
Zella, Anne 
Zeller, Alice E. 
Zeller, Dorothy Sophie 
Zimmer, Mary Helen 
Zorger, Jeannette 
Zurcher, Lloyd 



FROSH. DEGREE 

John Zupan Margaret Stopher 
John Scharf Mildred Bowers 



Class Officers 



FROSH. DIPLOMA 

Carolyn Manzo Betty Leffingwell 

Barbara Bostwick Kathryn Leggett 



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Organizations 




Student 
Administrations 




Student 
Council 



The Student Council is composed of twelve members, selected from each 
class. The dean of men and the dean of women act as advisors. New members 
are selected by recommendation of the official council to the faculty. The func- 
tion of this body is the settling of student problems and the furthering of 
student spirit. Officers are: Blaine Conley, president; Walter Seifert, vice 
president; Maxwell Williams, secretary. 




College Social 
Committee 



The members of the faculty social committee, appointed by the president, 
together with a large number of students representing the various organiza- 
tions, and their faculty advisors, form the membership of the College Social 
Committee. The chief work of this committee is to arrange for dates on the so- 
cial calendar, and to oversee the general arrangements for all social functions. 



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Inter-Fraternity 
Council 




The Inter-Fraternity Council was founded in the fall of 1931. The pur- 
pose of this organization is to act as a governing body for all the Greek letter 
social fraternities in their relations with one another. The membership con- 
sists of the president and one other member from each social fraternity. 

Officers are : Al Losito, president, and Lower Kellogg, secretary. Mem- 
bers are Al Young, Harold Law, Joe Carl, Russell Cover, Jay Miller, Pete 
Cipriano, Tony Schopfer and Maxwell Williams. 



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Pan-Hellenic 
Association 




The Pan Hellenic association is an organization of the national educa- 
tional and local sororities on the campus. Each sorority sends its advisor, 
president and two members as representatives to a meeting held once a month. 
Any problems concerning rushing dates, rules or parties may be brought before 
this group for discussion and settlement. 



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Women's 
League 



The Women's League, of which every woman student is a member, is the 
largest organization on the campus. Its purpose is the promoting of matters 
of student life pertaining to the women of the college. The League sponsors 
the Big and Little Sister Teas, and the Sunset Dances. The officers for this 
year are president, Martha Ann Holbrook ; vice president, Lucille Osborne; 
secretary, Dorothy Kenty; treasurer, Marian Spellman. 




Men's 
Union 



The Men's Union is an organization in which every man upon enrolling 
in the college automatically becomes a member. 

The purpose of the Men's Union is to provide a better acquaintance among 
men students. Banquets, smokers, and contests of all sorts ranging from 
literary to athletic contests are sponsored annually as men's activities by the 
Men's Union. 

Dean R. E. Manchester is the director of the Men's Union, and Jay Mil- 
ler is the director of men's activities. 




Publications 





Buuyt, F. Englemax 
Advisor 



Walter Seieetct 
Editor 



The Kent Stater 

Weekly Publication of Kent State College 



The Kent Stater is published each week throughout the summer and winter 
sessions of the school year by a staff selected by the editor and faculty advisor. 

The editor and assistant editor are appointed each year by the Faculty 
Committee on Publications, and receive as compensation free tuition and a 
small salary. 

A large staff of journalism students and experienced reporters works un- 
der direction of the editor. Professor Bury] F. Engleman is advisor to the 
newspaper and Head of the Department of Journalism and Publicity, besides 
serving as Chairman of the Faculty Committee on Publications. 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

Walter W. Seifert Editor 

Robert L. Baumgardner Assistant Editor 

Alvin S. Bamberger Sports Editor 

Alice Wilcox Society Editor 



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The Kent 
Stater Staff 




THE 1934 

CHESTNUT BURR 



REPORTORIAL STAFF 



C. Battenfeld 
M. Battles 
M. Blosser 

D. Bowers 

D. Brown 

E. Clark 
I. Clark 

W. Celestino 
C. Cochran 
R. Collier 

B. Conley 
J. Craig 
W. Curtis 
J. De Eulis 

C. Dornbusch 
M. J. Fairchild 
L. Faught 

W. Few 



H. Fischer 
R. Flanders 
L. Furney 
L. Galloway 
R. Hall 
K. Hissner 
P. Hoffman 
E. Julius 
R. Katzenmeyer 
R. Klien 
K. Kenney 
W. Langell 
M. Maddock 
G. Melin 
E. Miller 
J. Miller 
R. Miller 



J. Moyer 
J. Page 
R. Peebles 
R. Price 
M. Rush 
L. Sause 
J. Seager 
I. Singer 
K. Scott 

D. Smith 
J. Smith 

E. Stiles 
A. Tescher 
G. Urban 
D. Watkins 

P. Whiteleather 
D. Weichman 
M. Williams 



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Axxe Tescheb 
Editor 



William Langell 
Business Manager 



The 1934 Chestnut Burr 

Annual Publication of Kent State College 

EDITORIAL STAFF 

Anne Tescher Editor-in-chief 

Rosemary Price Assistant 

Jay Miller Features 

Helen Schaeffcr Organizations 

Peg Rush Sororities 

Don Peck Fraternities and Art 

Harry Kirk Snapshots 

Vera Chamberlain Secretary 

Bob Miller Sports 



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The Chestnut 
Burr Staff 




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CHESTNUT BURR 



THE CHESTNUT BURR BUSINESS STAFF 

William Langell Business Manager 

Alvin Bamberger Assistant Business Manager 

Don Ulrich Circulation Manager 

Harold Briola Assistant Circulation Manager 

John Wilson Advertising Manager 

Glenn Andrews Assistant Advertising Manager 

Glenn Jordan Sales Manager 

Eugene Korb Assistant Sales Manager 

Lester Furnev Publicity Manager 

Billie Streine Assistant Publicity Manager 

Elizabeth Bumphrcy Secretary 



The Chestnut Burr is published annually by Kent State 
College. The editor and business manager as well as the 
assistants are appointed each year by the Faculty Committee 
on Publications. 



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Chi Pi 



Chi Pi, honorary journalistic fraternity, is one of the oldest honorary 
fraternities at Kent. Students elected to it must have completed their sopho- 
more year and have done meritorous work on either of the student publications 
for at least two years. 

Officers are : 

President Anne Tescher 

Vice President Rosemary Price 

Secretary-treasurer Charles Demian 

Other members include: Marjory Russell, Robert Peebles, Adeline Wilcox, 
Marcella Rush, and Jane Seager. 

Professors Eric T. Griebling and Buryl F. Engleman are honorary mem- 



Writers' Club 

The Writers' Club of Kent is an organization made up of students and 
others who enjoy writing. Meetings are held each month and all contributions 
arc on assigned topics. A mimeographed record is kept of all material pre- 
sented. No permanent officers are elected but a chairman is appointed for 
each meeting. 



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Dramatics 

and 

Debate 




Theatre 
Officers 



The Kent State College Theater since its inception four years ago has 
grown tremendously. Professor E. Turner Stump, director, supervises the 
College Theatre and draws upon its membership for his play casts and tech- 
nical staffs. The student manager presides over the theatre meetings, appoints 
the department heads and sees that the various departments function. 

Officers of the theatre are : Albert Shambarger, manager ; Dave Watkins, 
assistant manager ; Frieda Beymer, secretary ; and Max Williams, treasurer. 




Alpha 

Psi 
Omega 



As a reward for outstanding work in dramatics, membership is granted 
to the national honorary dramatic fraternity, Alpha Psi Omega. Two minor 
honoraries leading up to Alpha I'si Omega, are the Freshman Players and the 
Velvet Curtain Players. 



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College 

Theatre 

Productions 



BERKLEY SQUARE 

LEADS 

Don Parkinson 

Virginia Cipra 

Eunice Hines 



SERVANT IN THE HOUSE 

LEADS 

John Page 

Albert Shambarger 

Virginia Bctteridge 

Eunice Room 




THE LAST WARNING 

LEADS 

Albert Shambarger 

Eunice Hines 

John Converse 

Helen Genuske 



E. Turner Stump 



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Women's 
Debate 



One of the outstanding events in the year for the debating 
team was the winning of nine out of ten debates at the tourna- 
ment held in Toledo. The affirmative team was composed of 
Josephine Cotman and Lucille Arnold and the negative of Flora 
J. Sprague and Lois Whiteleather. The question was on in- 
creased powers. However, the greatest achievement was the 
winning of the Ohio Conference championship for the second 
time. The teams participated in four debates and lost none, 
defeating Wittenberg, Capital U., Ohio U., and Ohio North- 
ern. The affirmative was upheld by Sara Hum, Hilda Austin, 
and Flora J. Sprague and the negative by Lucille Arnold, 
Josephine Cotman, and Lois Whiteleather. The question was 
Resolved: That Capital Punishment should be Abolished. 



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lamma 



The Alpha chapter of Kappa Gamma was organized at 
Kent in 1932 by E. Turner Stump, the national president. The 
purpose of this honorary fraternity is to arouse and further 
interest in the progress of inter-collegiate competition in the 
forensic arts. 



Men's 
Debate 




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CHESTNUT BURR 



The men's debate squad was composed of the following : 
Maxwell Williams, Fred Bundy, Harold Law, Jack Sharon, 
John Page, Hubert Hensel, William McCormick, Robert Wil- 
son, Wayne Wallace, Edward Schneider, William Smith, and 
Raymond Moran. These men participated in debates with Bald- 
win Wallace, Hiram, Case, John Carroll, Akron, Wittenberg, 
Ohio U., Bowling Green, St. Francis, Grove City, Western 
Reserve, Geneva, Toledo and Fenn. 

Eight of these debates were non-decision debates, while 
the Kent teams won thirteen and lost seven of the contests. The 
questions debated were: Resolved: that the powers of the presi- 
dent should be substantially increased as a settled policy : and 
Resolved: that a presidential dictator would be preferable to 
our congressional form of government. B. F. Engleinan coached 
the debate teams. 



B. F. Engleman 
Debate Coach 



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Blue 
Key 



Blue Key fraternity is a national organization open to men students of 
junior or senior standing who have distinguished themselves in various campus 
activities. The purpose of this group is to study, discuss and further the best 
interests of Kent State college. Officers are: Harold Law, president; Seymour 
Fear, vice president; Harold Gear, recording secretary; John Ryznar, treas- 
urer; and Chester Borlet, corresponding secretary. 




Cardinal 
Key 



Cardinal Key is a national honor society for women. Its members arc 
chosen for outstanding leadership, scholarship, and character. The Kent State 
chapter was founded December 13, 19.'33. Charter members were Helen Hoff- 
man, president; Mary Jane Fairchild, Lucille Galloway, Vera Cochran, Mar- 
garet Acken, Jessie Hinds, Eunice Hinds, Mabel Law, Marcella Rush, Pauline 
Stonehill, Victoria Smolen, Marthe Taylor, Martha Holbrook and Mary Jane 
Weber. Miss Gwendolyn Drew is faculty advisor and Dean Verder an honor- 
ary member. 



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Musi 




Men's Glee 
Club 



The Men's Glee Club is a selected group of men who enjoy singing. Try- 
outs are held at the beginning of each semester. Several programs are given 
throughout the year and occasional concert trips are made and broadcasts 
given. The annual concert this year was given March 12, in the College Audi- 
torium. 

President Robert Bogenrief 

Bus. Mgr. and Treas. Paul Strahl 

Librarian Loris Trover 

Accompanist . Charles Thompson 
Director Fred H. Denker 




Band 



Snappy uniforms and a well-trained drum major helped the band to 
present a striking appearance at football and basketball games. The band 
under the direction of Professor Roy Metcalf did much to bolster the spirit 
at various college games and contests. 



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R 



The College 
Choir 



The personnel is as follows : 

Phyllis Weyer, Evelyn Dick, Mary Harding, Evelyn Richmond, Helen 
McClaflin, Leota Butler, Grace Smith, Leora Benning, Isabelle Lewis. 

Geraldine Quimby, Adelaide Behrend, Louise Anderson, Harold Gear, 
Forest Hawk, Ottmar Weyer, Royal Reynolds, Neva Watkins, Elsie Swan, 
Aldeen Cox. 

Ruth Unkefer, Ruth Wiant, Earl Thomas, Paul Strahl, Willis Lipscomb, 
Werner Paul, William Helmboldt, Robert Bogenrief, Janet Jones, Marian 
Howard. Director, Helen McClaflin. 



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CHESTNUT B 



Orchestra 
and Chorus 




The girls' glee club under the direction of Miss Elfreda Littlejohn gave 
two concerts this year. Officers for the 19.'J.'5-34< season were: Evelyn Dick, 
president; Ina Richard, vice president; Louise Anderson, secretary; and 
Dorothy Ketcham, librarian. 

The college orchestra under the direction of Mi'. Metcalf played at 
various entertainments and programs. 



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Madrigal Club 



Madrigal Club was organized in October, 1931 for the purpose of study- 
ing and enjoying English Madrigals. These songs date back to the seventeenth 
century. The club is a purely honorary organization. 

Members: Sopranos: 1 Evelyn Dick, Arlene Palmer; 2 Ruth Unkefer, 
Elizabeth Isler. 

Altos: Grace Smith, Aldeen Cox. 
Tenors: Loris Trover, Harold Gear. 
Basses : Werner Paul, James Wilder. 

OFFICERS 

President Aldeen Cox 

Vice President Evelyn Dick 

Secretary Loris Troyer 

Director and Advisor Miss Elfreda Littlejohn 



Music Club 

Music Club was organized for the purpose of unifying music majors and 
minors. Its. activities for the year include student recitals closed and public, 
club programs, and social affairs. 

OFFICERS 

Aldeen Cox President 

Mildred Heinemann Vice President 

Geraldine Quimby Sec ert ary-T reasurer 

John Farinacci Program 

Advisors : Miss Florence Sublette, Miss Helen Mc- 
Claflin, Miss Elfreda Littlejohn and Mr. 
Fred H. Denker 



Male Quartet 



First Tenor • Harold Gear 

Second Tenor Forest Hawk 

First Bass Paul Strahl 

Second Bass Fred Bundy 

The College Male Quartet is a valuable asset to the musical life of the 
college and of surrounding communities. This year it has appeared on numer- 
ous occasions, assisting also on the Men's Glee Club Concert, March 12. 
Reorganization of the quartet was necessary the second semester because of 
the illness of one of its members. 




Club 




Barbarians 



The officers of the Barbarians are: Marion Gardner, president; Herman 
Jones, vice president and business manager; Howard Andreas, secretary and 
treasurer ; Frank Taborsky, athletic director. Other members are : Ackeret, 
Anderson, Baird, Beil, Borsic, Braden, Brobst. Chappelear, Gritty, Diller, 
Dalrymple, Eckert, Everitt, Force, Gamauf, Hall, Harrah, Harrah, Harrison, 
Helling, Hugo, LaRocco, Moffett, Maines, Moswell, McAlister, McCuskey, 
Nye, Ott, Renin, Ryzner, Schmidt, Slutz, Stnll, Swinehart, Van Vooches, 
Vaugh, Williams, Wolcott, Wolff. 




Biology Club 



The Biology club was organized in 1928. Meetings are held every two 
weeks, at which time prominent biologists speak. Field trips, steak roasts, 
annual banquets, and laboratory dinners are also included in the yearly pro- 
gram. Membership is drawn from majors and minors in the department of 
biology. Officers are: Ray Nesbit, president; Charles Poole, vice president; 
Goldie Hasler, secretary ; Don Alderman, treasurer ; advisor, H. A. Cunningham. 



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.ommerce 



Club 




The object of this organization is to promote the best interests of the 
Department of Commerce of Kent State College. 

The officers of the club are: Jack Sheron, president; Donald Terrill, vice 
president; Marcella Rush, secretary; Donald Ripley, treasurer; and Carl 
Falls, business manager. Dorothy Baldwin, Earl Wright, Kenneth Teeters, 
Leo Lutz and Jeanne Hollander comprise the Board of Governors. Dr. Magee, 
head of the commercial department, is the faculty advisor. 



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CHESTNUT BURR 



German Club 




The German club UNTER UNS features folic songs, plays, reports and 
illustrated lectures at the meetings, to increase the members' knowledge of the 
German language. Officers for the year were: Bernard Heuser, president; 
Victoria Smolcn, vice president; Ella Roberts, secretary; Lois Whiteleather, 
reporter, and Dr. Schafheitlin, advisor. 



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ome economics 



Club 



The membership of this club is taken from the majors and minors of this 
department. The club maintains the Home Economics Practice House, and is 
affiliated with the State and National Home Economics Associations. 

Officers are: president, Eunice Hines ; vice president, Martha Holbrook ; 
treasurer, Elizabeth Dennis ; secretarA T , Dorothy Sweanev. 




The 

Kindergarden - Primary 

Club 



The Kindergarden-Primary Club was organized in February, 1928. The 
purposes of the club arc to gather and disseminate knowledge of the movements 
for tiie education of young children, and to promote good fellowship on tbe 
campus. The officers for 1933-34 are: president, Mary Jane Weber; vice 
president, Helen Lundeen; secretary, Isabelle Wood; treasurer, Ruth Ewald, 
and advisors, G. Hazel Swan and Jeanne Parrish. 



Lambda Chi 




Lambda Chi, honorary art fraternity, was founded in 1932. Its members 
are as follows : 

Actives : Nadine Schumacher, president ; Alphoretta Kirk, vice president ; 
Donald Peck, secretary ; Winifred Schram, treasurer ; Corrine Gainer, Mabel 
Grabbenstetter, June Harrison, Janet Jones, Edward Pfeil, John Ryzner, 
Louaine Schram, Nadine Waters, Mabel Zurcher. 

Honorary members : Miss Harriet Adams, Miss Mary K. Boswell, Miss 
Nina Humphrey. 

Pledges: Naomi E. Hanna, Jessie Hinds, Neva Watkins, Roger Wolcott, 
Julia Wood. 



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CHESTNUT BURR 



Manual Arts 
Club 




The club is comprised of the majors and minors in the manual arts de- 
partment. Prominent speakers address the club during the year. Each year 
is featured by the annual publication, "The Square." 

Officers are Malvern. W. Randels, president ; Eli Steigner, vice president ; 
Stephen Borsic, secretary; Covin Gerig, treasurer ; Professor Elbert Tischen- 
dorf, faculty advisor. 



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Physical Education 
Club 



The physical education club aims are: to promote fellowship, improve 
sociability, stimulate professional interests, and to discuss problems in physical 
education. Club meetings are both social and professional. Officers for 1933- 
34 are: Alvin Romito, president; Guy Iarussi, vice president; and Helen Mik- 
lus, secretary and treasurer. 




Omega Phi Delta 



Omega Phi Delta, the women's athletic honorary, was organized in 1932. 
Although a small body, it has been active in promoting athletic recreation for 
the women of the college. Officers are: Margaret Acken, president; Helen 
Micklus, vice president; Evelyn Brillhart ; Harriet Ream, treasurer. Pledges 
are: Dunstan, James, Mason, and Neumann. 



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Women's Athletic 
Association Board 




The W. A. A. provides wholesome and recreational activities for all 
women of the college. All indoor and outdoor sports are included. The offi- 
cers of the board are: Margaret Acken, president; Lillian Neumann, secretary ; 
Elizabud Mason, treasurer ; faculty members, M. H. Apple and G. Drew. A 
record of accumulated points is kept by this body and awards are given at 
the spring banquet. 



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CHESTNUT BURR 




Off Campus 
Women's Club 



The Off Campus Women's club is made up of students who do not live on 
the college campus. The club has furnished a very attractive club room. 
Officers are: Vera Cochran, president; Genevieve Parker, secretary; Helen 
Strum, vice president; and Betty Brogan, treasurer. 




Ohio Valley 
Club 



The Ohio Valley club was organized to promote a greater friendship among 
the Kent State students and to secure more students from Hie Ohio Valley. Dr. 
A. B. Garrett is the advisor. The officers are: Vivian Rogers, president; 
Harry Helling, secretary; and Eileen Richards, treasurer. 



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Le Cercle Francois 

Lc Ccrcle Francais was organized in 1028, to promote intellectual ad- 
vancement, sociability, and culture in the French language. Officers are: 
Lawrence Watrous, president; Ruth Kukuk, vice president; Vera Chamberlain, 
secretary-treasurer ; and Miss Belle Rowlen, advisor. 



Glider Club 

The glider club designed and built a two seater glider with a wing span 
of 45 feet. The glider has been flown as high as 1200 feet. It is 'flown and 
hangered at the Akron airport. Officers of the club are: Roger Wolcott, 
president; Lawerence Phillips, vice president; H. Law, secretary; E. Steigner, 
treasurer; M. Bennett, business manager: E. W. Teschendorf, advisor. 



Y. W. C. A. 

The Y. W. C. A. of Kent State College has as its purpose the participation 
in the World's Young Women's Christian Association and the advancement 
of the physical, social, intellectual, moral and spiritual interests of young 
women. Officers are: president, Helen Hastings; vice president, Grace Tit- 
terington ; secretary, Eleanor Faloon ; treasurer, Gertrude Quirk; advisor, 
Dean Yerder. 



Y. M. C. A. 

The Y. M. C. A. is a fellowship whose primary purpose is to associate 
men and boys with Christian living, and to help them to discover the full 
meaning of Christian discipleship for their own lives and for society. A 
program has been offered that may develop character and fellowship. Officers 
arc: Charles Glatzer, president; Lower Kellogg, vice president; Hubert Hensel, 
secretary and treasurer; advisors, Dr. A. B. Garrett and A. W. Coven. 



Mathematics Club 

Students interested in the study of mathematics meet once every two weeks 
for the purpose of considering topics of mutual interest. These topics include 
both technical presentations and informal discussions. The officers for the 
year are: Duane Baker, president; Jerry Baird, vice president; Mary McKean, 
secretary. 



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Fraternities and Sororities 



Delta Phi Sigma 

Founded 1924 




OFFICERS 

President Harold Law 

Vice President Harold Gear 

Secretary Jay Miller 

Treasurer Corvin Gerig 

Historian Glen Jordan 

Chaplain Donald Ulrich 

Sgt. at Arms Kenneth Hissner 



Earl Skillieorn 
Joe Get trust 
Earl Wright 
Ralph Riddle 
Forest Hawk 
Charles Glatzer 
Clarence Straub 
John Kalkas 
Bill Langell 
Albert Shambarger 
Dick Bolich 



ACTIVES 

Alfred See 
Paul Strahl 
Frederick Bundy 
Sam Lennon 
Harry Lohr 
Kenneth Hissner 
Harold Briola 
.John Wilson 
Robert Katzenmeyer 
Irwin Duff 
Harlan Hayes 
Donald Houslev 



Harry Gilcrest 
Paul Schear 
Elmer Dunlavy 
Glenn Andrews 
Donald Ulrich 
Eugene Korb 
Howard Daily 
William Gressard 
William Helmboldt 
Joe W. Wright 
Robert Burns 



Lewis Go r ham 
William Getz 
Edward Garrison 



PLEDGES 

Don Ranney 
Wilbur Janda 
Frank Taborsky 

FACULTY ADVISOR 
Dr. A. L. Heer 



Herman Jones 
Richard Hansen 
Harold Williamson 



HONORARY MEMBERS 
Prof. E. Turner Stump Dr. 0. H. Williams 

MEMBERS ON FACULTY 
Prof. Chester E. Satterfield Prof. James Beck 



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Sigma Tau Gamma 

Iota Chapter Founded 1927 




OFFICERS 

President Alton Schopfer 

Vice President James Craig 

Secretary (1st Sem.) Burdette Frost 

Secretary (2nd Sem.) Robert Baumgardner 

Treasurer Robert Bogenrief 

Business Manager Seymour Fear 

Corres. Sec. (1st Sem.) Robert Hall 

Corres. Sec. (2nd Sem.) Lester Furney 

Historian Marion DeWeese 

Sergeant-at-Arms Harold Wendelken 

Chaplain Wilmer Munzenmayer 

Musical Director Ottmar Weyer 

Social Chairman Maxwell Williams 



Bancroft, Norris 
Baumgardner, Robert 
Bogenrief, Robert 
Bryan, Gravdon 
Carpenter, Kenneth 
Converse, John 
Craig, James 
DeWeese, Byrne 
DeWeese, Marion 



ACTIVES 

Ensminger, Allan 
Farinacci, John 
Filson, Russell 
Frost, Burdette 
Furney, Lester 
Hall, Robert 
Huston, Fred 
Jones, James 
Kisscberth, Dean 
Munzenmayer, Wilmer 

ADVISOR 
Mr. E. C. Stopher 



HONORARY MEMBERS 



Dr. A. B. Garrett 
Mr. F. G. Denker 



Baumberger, Wayne 
Copcland, Clair 
DeEulis, Julio 
Flanders, Robert 
Foust, Clarence 



Dr. J. L. Blair 
Dr. A. 0. DeWeese 

PLEDGES 

Horlak, Michael 
Hovey, Frank 
Magee, Earl 
Smith, William 
Troyer, Loris 
Tyler, Clifford 



Ray, Henry 
Robinson, Roy 
Schopfer, Alton 
Seifert, Walter 
Wallace, Wayne 
Watkins, David 
Wendelken, Harold 
Weyer, Ottmar 
Williams, Maxwell 



Dr. A. W. Stewart 
Mr. B. F. Engleman 



Urban, George 
Wilson, Robert 
Young, William 
Zupan, John 
Thomas, Earl 



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Kappa Sigma Chi 

Founded at Kent State College, 19J31 




OFFICERS 

Joe Carl President 

Alvin Romito Vice President 

Ross F. Hoy Secretary 

Malvern Randels Business Manager 

Dr. H. P. Rogers Faculty Advisor 

Dr. Allen Coven Faculty Advisor 

Dr. Maurice B. Palmer Facility Advisor 

ACTIVES 



John Alexander 
Kenneth Alexander 
Burton Smith 
William Saari 
Clyde Lapp 
Arthur Caniglia 
Ed Ostervich 
Guy Iarussi 
Donald Cassler 
Joseph Rinaldi 



Samuel Rufo 
Samuel Cipriano 
John Gruszecki 
Peter Cipriano 
Earnest Gialluea 
Donald Cook 
Matthew Flower 
Hubert Gardner 
John Gidley 
Russel Gardner 



PLEDGES 



Philip Angela 
Peter Wawrin 
Joseph Page 
Robert Eisel 
Nelson Benson 
Peter Damkov 
John Stetler 
Paul Boyich 
Ralph Parmigian 



Michael Serene 
Kenneth Damann 
Michael Branchik 
Joseph Kearns 
Francis Galati 
Frank Sancic 
Victor Gilly 
Arthur Gennett 
Fi'ank .Julian 



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Alpha Phi Beta 

Founded at Kent. State College, 1931 




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Lower H. Kellogg President 

Virgil T. Utterback Vice President 

Duane Baker Rec. Secretary 

Russell G. Cover Cor. Secretary 

Charles R. Poole . Treasurer 

ACTIVES 

Donald Alderman Robert Miller Richard Tuttle 

Duane Baker Richard Neal Virgil T. Utterback 

Dale Bowman Justin dinger Lawrence Vagnozzi 

Russell G. Cover Werner Paul Herbert V. Wands 

Louis A. Egerer Charles Poole James B. Wilder 

Lower H. Kellogg Eugene Shank Ralph Williams 

Robert Smith 
PLEDGES 

Chester Dornbush Karl Huge Charles Thompson 

Williard Few Paul Parker Vergil Voder 

Nelson Salathe 

HONORARY MEMBERS 
Dr. H. E. Stellson Prof. Merle E. Wagoner 

PATRONS 
Prof. H. A. Cunningham Dr. David Olson 

Prof. Edward H. Pake Dr. Louis A. Tohill 



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Sigma Sigma Sigma 

Founded at Virginia State Teachers College, 1898 
Kent State Chapter Founded, 1925 




OFFICERS 

Mable Law President 

Janet Holt ... Vice President 

Aldeen Cox Rec. Secretary 

Bertha Du Pont Treasurer 

Mary Ellen Young . Cor. Secretary 

Mona Fletcher Advisor 

PATRONS 

Mr. and Mrs. Emmett C. Stopher 

Mr. and Mrs. G. Frank Elgin 

Dr. and Mrs. A. Sellew Roberts 

ACTIVES 

Vera Cockran Dorothy Brown Eleanor Dunbar Nancy Hollister 

Iris Applehans Evelyn Johnson Frances Day Laura Mae Hamill 

Martha George Virginia Raysor Mary Miller Florence Puncheon 

Alta Bancroft Ruth Basel Alice Wilcox Margaret Swanson 

PLEDGES 
Anne Ress Sally Hum Margaret Toth Margaret Becbout 

Esther Courson Arlene Ladrach Jane Ungashick Caroline Elasesser 
Martha Smith Jane Lowry Leota Butler Phyllis Mae Weyer 

Neva Watkins Jean Moyer Betty Kunert Betty Leffingwell 

Doris Casper Arlene Palfi Isabelle Wood Marion Burchard 

Jean Hastings Janet Pfeil Charlene Buell Mary Ellen Spencer 

Jean Horn Margaret Stopher 



ONE HUNDRED THBEE 














1 








Delta Sigma Epsilon 

Founded at Miami University, 191-t 
Kent Chapter Founded, 1926 



■3*5 

K% 

OFFICERS 

Helen Hoffman President 

Helen Dunstan Vice President 

Betty Forner Secretary 

Irene Huffman Chaplain 

Dorothy Genuske Treasurer 

Ruth Donahue Sergeant-at-Arms 

Gullan Melin Historian 

Ruth Shaw Advisor 

PATRONS 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Blair 

Mr. and Mrs. E. Turner Stump 

Mr. and Mrs. James Beck 

ACTIVES 
Romaine Caldwell Marjorie Russell 

PLEDGES 

Doris Hahlen Virginia Aiken Mary Muir Katherine Booth 

.Jean McSorley Gertrude Teters Ruth Marrel] Virginia Harpman 

Bernita Elliot Esther Laird Ruth Hanhll Jayne Buckmaster 

Mildred Dick Ethel Jones Vivian Rogers Ethel Mae Harlan 

Helen Denehy Jane Peel Lisheth flames Mary Jane Stuart 



ONE lll!NI)Hi:i> POUB 




Alpha Sigma Alpha 

Founded at Miami University, 1914 
Kent State Chapter Founded, 1926 

OFFICERS 

Mary Jane Fairchild President 

Winifrede Schram Vice President 

Helen Strum Secretary 

Dorothy Bowers Treasurer 

Harriet Franklin Chaplain 

Louaine Schram Registrar 

Helen McClaflin Advisor 

PATRONS 

Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Davey, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ross Schram 

Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Wolcott 

Dr. and Mrs. A. Sellew Roberts 

ACTIVES 

Bette Anderson Marion Maddock Helen Yelicheck 

Florence Flower Helen McGuigan Berdine Schumacher 

Laurel Hanley Violet Popp Jane Smith 

Jeanne Hollander Rosemary Price Freda Sturgil 

Janet Jones Sue Wampler 

PLEDGES 

Hilda Austin Velma Kauffman Joyce Musselman 

Mildred Bowers Ruth Klein Marie Stambaugh 

Virginia Cipra Margaret Kroeck Lenore Shuman 

Vernell Dawson Maryellen Hollander Irene Schieber 

Mary Lil Frank Mary Gettrust Rosalie Wolfe 

Ardis Jones Florence Meech Dorothy Fitzgerald 



ONE HUNDRED 1'IVI 




Theta Sigma Upsilon 

Founded at Kansas State Teachers College, 1907 
Kent Chapter Founded, 1926 




OFFICERS 

Marcella Rush President 

June Harrison Vice President 

Nadine Schumacher . Secretary 

Evelyn Keifer Treasurer 

Mary Elizabeth Snyder Editor 

Mary Kathryn Boswell Advisor 

PATRONS 
Mr. and Mrs. Eric T. Griebling 
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tischendorf 

ACTIVES 

Josephine Cotman Christine Roberts 

Geraldine Quimby Frances Fisk 

PLEDGES 

Leora Benning Alyce Wenger Sue Lisko 

Jane Paul Eleanora Weaver Rose DeVore 

Anne Bianchi Anne Ruddy Alice Spitz 

Evelyn Casper Zita Reuth Mary Jane McLaughlin 

Louine Pardee Evelyn Dick Mary Agnes Whiteley 

Freda Studer Olive Swartz Dorothy Heminger 

Mary Jane Weber Justa Witherspoon 



OJfE HUNDRED SIX 




Pi Delta Theta 

Founded at Miami University, 1922 
Kent Chapter Founded, 1926 




OFFICERS 

Polly Stonehill President 

Audrey Moore Vice President 

Grace Coppersmith Secretary 

Claire Roeble Treasurer 

Ruth Bass Advisor 

PATRONS 

Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Coven 
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Turner 

ACTIVES 

Ruth Loomis Tillie Gaydos Jeanette Van Fleet 

PLEDGES 

Lucille Dickinson Goldie Bartza Marguerite Diehl 

Virginia Boone Jaealyn Fox Helen Coppersmith 



ONE |U'NI)Hi:i) SEVEN 




Alpha Sigma Tau 

Founded at Ypsilanti, Mich., 1898 
Kent Chapter Founded, 1927 

OFFICERS 

Eunice Hines President 

Janet Knot Vice President 

Sula Neal Cor. Secretary 

Ruth Collier Bee. Secretary 

Lucille Tarr Treasurer 

Regina Stam Chaplain 

Harriet Adams ) , 7 . 

> Advisors 

Laura E. Hill ( 

PATRONS 

Miss Harriet Adams 

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Manchester 

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Donaghey 

ACTIVES 
Wilda Belle Bosch Corrine Gainer 

Mary Lou Scullion Kay Kenney 

ASSOCIATE MEMBER 

Lucille Jacohs 

PLEDGES 

Ruth Hoffman Eleanor Bader Dorothy Traut Dorothy Williamson 

Helen Todut Betty Corrigan Ruth Ruhhnan Bernadette Kramer 

Ada Swan ^ v ^ Haines Ruth Merrick Bernice Baumherger 

Helen Sixt Marion Hess Mary Curry Barbara Bostwick 

Edit!) Newcomh Phyllis Hoffman Helen Lundeen Beatrice Hawkins 

Pauline Wilde Jeanette Zorger Ruth Whittlesey Mary Helen Zimmer 

Lucille Walsh Lucille Wright Auroa Bicellus Margaret Whittlesey 

Luclla Sieffrist Elizabeth Streine 



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Pi Kappa Sigma 

Founded at Ypsilanti in 1894 
Kent Chapter Founded, 1926 



i^Jii^i. 




OFFICERS 

Lucille Galloway President 

Kay Barker Vice President 

Ruth Kukuk Scc-Treas. 

Jeannette Dawson 

Adah Broadbent Advisor 

PATRONS 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Galloway 
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Davey 



Carol Friedebaugh 
Lucille Arnold 
Lillian Gottscholt 



PLEDGES 

Marion Pyson 
Anne Bernard 
Helen Croskey 
Isabelle DeSimio 



Jane Geer 
Janice Geer 
Edith Malpass 



ONE 1IUMDKE1) JNINIi 




Phi Alpha Alpha 

Founded at Kent, 1930 




7$fa¥i$ityk' 



OFFICERS 

Martha Taylor President 

Martha Holbrook Vice President 

Dorothy Kenty Secretary 

Ethel Maurer Cor. Secretary 

Annetta Ogg Treasurer 

Doris Bobb Kinneman Advisor 

Bertha L. Nixson Associate Advisor 

PATRONS 

Mr. and Mrs. Fren Musselman 

Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Stewart 

Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Harsh 

ACTIVES 

Helen Hall Jessie Hinds Helen Vaughn Na Vera Anderson 

Gladys Stanley Nellie Williams Pauline Young Mary Agnes Keller 

Alphoretta Kirk Helen Hastings Ruth Puffer Lois Dean Straight 

Gertrude Quirk Katherine Garvin Irene Puffer Mary Anna Nickerson 

PLEDGES 

Mary Brannon Wihna Van Oster Jean Schu Marie Smith 

Marion Howard Kathryn Leggett Victoria Smolen Grace Adams 

Eleanor Fear Dorothy Sabin Rosalia Schmaltz Virginia Saultcr 

Ina Richards Margaret Romp Blanche Luke Lucille Grenisen 

Leta Sells Sara Young Ruth Benedict 



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Athletics 



• Major Sports 

• Minor Sports 



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Major Sports 





HAGERDON 

End 



FLOWERS 

End 



LANDIS 

Tackle 



CIPRIANO 

Guard 



Football 

TTTENT State's football team, with a .500 average for the 1933 season in 
^-^" conference competition, completed one of the most successful of recent 
years. Change in personnel of the coaching staff, and the presence of strong 
sophomore material, were the features of the gridiron campaign, in addition 
breaking the string of defeats. 

Coach Joe W. Begala was! named head football coach on the eve of fall 
registration, with Coach Gus Peterka as his assistant. These men, familiar 
with the material at Kent State, had the united support of students, faculty, 
alumni, and townspeople. The Golden Flashes won two games, played three 
scoreless ties, and lost two games. Akron played on Rockwell field for the 
first time, as did Mount Union. The addition of bleachers seating nearly 1,000 
persons helped attract large crowds to the local games. 



ONE HUHDKHI) FOURTEEN 



Kent traveled to New Concord for its initial game against a powerful 
Muskingum eleven. The game was hard fought but a slight let down on the 
part of the Flashes paved the way for two Muskie touchdowns leaving Kent 
on the short end of a 12 to score at the final gun. 

The Akron Zippers invaded Rockwell Field and succeeded in taking the 
measure of the Begalamen to the tune of 19 to 6 after Kent had gained a 6 
point lead due to a blocked punt. Akron came back strong scoring late in the 
second period tying the score at 6-all as the first half ended. In the second 
half it was all Akron as Dreisbach and Hutchinson pounded the Kent line and 
finally succeeded in wearing it down. Hutchinson scored the final points of 
the game when behind perfect interference he sprinted 61 yards to score. 

Capital University of Columbus was turned back on their invasion of the 
home field 13 to but only after a nip and tuck battle. The Flash line played 
stellar ball in this game turning back the opposition time after time within the 
very shadows of the goal posts when it seemed as though nothing could stop 
their drive for a score. 




WHITMIRE 

Tackle 



CANIGLIA 

Guard 



KINALDI 

Tackle 



KLING 

Center 



' 




ONE ill sum ii FIFTEEN 




Varsity 

Football 

Squad 




RUFO 

Center 



LITTLEPAGE 

Halfback 



TABORSKY 

Quarterback 



WOLFE 

Halfback 



Playing under the arcs at Ashland, the Blue and Gold gained a moral 
victory hy holding a much heavier and more rugged team to a scoreless tie. 
Ashland made determined advances on the Flashes goal but to no avail. On 
one occasion Widowski intercepted a pass but was caught from behind after a 
50-yard run and a certain score. Taborsky broke loose a bit later giving a 
vivid demonstration of broken field running but was tripped by an error on the 
part of one of his team mates stopping a sure touchdown. In the closing 
minutes of the game Kent worked the ball within the Ashland 10-yard line but 
the attempted passes just seemed to slide off the fingers of the desperately 
striving ends and the game ended with the ball deep in Ashland's territory. 

With the mythical Portage County title at stake, the second consecutive 
scoreless game was played against the Hiram Terriers. Both teams played 
cautious football as neither attempted many passes but resorted more to 
straight football to carry them to a victory. On two different occasions Hiram 



>NE HUNDRED SIXTEEN 



instead of passing attempted field goals. Wolfe intercepted one of the few 
Hiram passes on his own 12 racing to the Terrier 33 before being tackled from 
behind, but the Flashes lost the ball a few seconds later when Hiram inter- 
cepted one of Widowski's passes. The rest of the game resulted in a punting 
duel between Taborsky and Kelker with both men booting their teams out of 
danger when a slip by either would have resulted in a touchdown. 

Homecoming was celebrated righteously when the Blue and Gold rolled 
over a visiting Marietta eleven 12 to in a bitterly fought game with Kent 
capitalizing on the breaks. Littlepage snagged a Marietta pass on his own 7- 
yard line and sprinted the remaining 93 yards for the first score. In the 
second half Widowski plunged over for the second and final score after Kent 
had advanced the ball 65 yards down the field on straight football. Marietta 
fought desperately to score but the Flashes were not to be stopped as they 
succeeded in staving off the advances of their opponents when scores seemed 
imminent. 




WIDOWSKI 

Fullback 



EISEL 
End 



FLANDERS 
End 



ECKERT 
Guard 



Freshman 

Football 

Squad 



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RIPLEY 

End 



R. DeWEESE 
Tackle 



NICKERSON 

Halfback 



IARUSSI 
Tackle 



Playing on Rockwell Field which was covered with mud, water, and snow, 
a visiting Mount Union team held the Begalamen to to complete the 1933 
football schedule for Kent State. The soggy, sloppy condition of the field 
prevented any spectacular play but Kent almost scored in the final minutes of 
play when Eddie Ostervich waded, sloshed, and splashed his way from the 
Mount 35-yard line to the 4-yard marker before being stopped. The ball was 
advanced to the 2-yard line but on the next play the slippery condition of the 
ball caused a fumble and Kent's biggest chance to score had come and gone. 

Coach Begala lost several letterraen this year, but will have many veterans 
back for next year's campaign and an abundance of material from the 1933 
freshman squad. The six lettermen who will not return next fall are: Sam 
Cipriano, "Butch" Caniglia, Guy Iarussi, "Bing" Rinaldi, Walter Hagerdon, 
and Matt Flowers. 



HUNDRED EIGHTEEN 



When the positions for the All-Ohio football team were picked, Hagerdon 
was given an end position on the second team while Iarussi received honorable 
mention at a tackle position. 

1933 FOOTBALL RECORD 



K. 


Opponent 


Op. 





Muskingum 


12 


G 


Akron 


19 


13 


Capita] 








Ashland 








Hiram 





12 


Marietta 








Mount Union 






31 



31 



Freshman Football 

Forty-five yearlings answered Coach Elmer Dunlavy's call for freshman 
football practice. They were divided into three teams and held frequent scrim- 
mages with the varsity and Kent State High school. Coach Dunlavy was 
greatly impressed with their willingness to cooperate, eagerness to learn, and 
their general spirit throughout the training period. 

There were many promising men who should provide Coach Begala with 
a wealth of material when Kent returns to its grid wars next season. 



HAWK 
Manager 




; 



DUNLAVY 

Frosh Coach 



ONE HUNDRED NINHTHKN 






IARUSSI 
Center 



GERIG 

Center 



WIDOWSKI 

Guard 



I.OHR 
Forward 



Basketball 



ITH sophomores replacing veterans at most of the positions, and Boh 
Flanders ranking high among the scorers in the Ohio Conference, the 
Golden Flash basketball made a strong showing during the 1933-3-t season. 
Under the tutelage of Coach Gns Peterka, Kent State's team gained strength 
in the closing weeks of the campaign, turning in a record of five victories and 
nine defeats. 



Eight lettermen answered the first call to practice in December, but after 
Walter "Jim" Hagerdon was lost in mid-year because outside work kept him 
from registering for a full schedule, four sophomores supported the veteran 
Corvin Gerig. Gerig was shifted from guard to the center position. 



PETERKA 

Varsity Couch 




CART- 

Freshman Coach 



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9 



FLANDERS 
Forward 



£ 



DeWEESE M. 
Guard 




DeWEESE B. 
Forward-Guard 



ULRICH 

Forward 



The Flashes were one of the strongest teams in the conference on offense, 
due largely to the work of Flanders. They lost several games bv scant mar- 
gins, and threw a huge scare into Akron U., conference champions, when they 
led the Zippers most of the game, only to lose because of superior reserve 
strength on the part of Akron. This game was the outstanding fray of the 
year, for the Zippers had been touted to defeat the Blue and Gold by a large 
score. 

Bowling Green opened the season, winning 35-31. The Flashes were again 
edged 34-33 by Otterbein. Heidelberg's Student Princes proved to be a neme- 
sis to Kent's hopes for a win as they Avon 36-26. Baldwin-Wallace made it 
four in a row winning 39-22 and Muskingum stretched the losses to five when 
they eked out a 32-31 decision. 

Capital was repulsed 42-19 for Kent's initial win. Then came the gruel- 
ling battle with Akron in which Kent almost turned back the undefeated Hill- 
toppers. Mount Union won 35-21 as the inabilit}' of the Flashes to sink sucker 
shots spelled defeat. 



ONE iii MiKin TWENTY-ONE 




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HAGERDON 

Qua rd 



DAILEY 

Guard 



LOSITO 



RANNY 



Hiram was nosed 33-30 with Flanders connecting for twenty points. Capi- 
tal took their first win over Kent in any sport when they squeezed out a 25-18 
win due to the erratic playing of the Peterkamen. Kenyon, doped to beat the 
Flashes, were rolled over 32-20. Baldwin-Wallace again defeated the Blue 
and Gold 46-25 as Kent found the visitor's defense well nigh impenetrable. 

Flanders ran wild to score twenty-six points to lead the Flashes to a 
44-34 win in a return game with Kenyon and Hiram was literally blasted from 
the court 40-20 in the final game of the season. 

Flanders led the individual scoring with 71 goals and 45 fouls for 187 
points. Widowski was next with 74, followed by Gerig with 36. 

The varsity was composed of Flanders, Lohr or Strahl at forwards ; Gerig, 
center; Hagerdon, Widowski or M. DeWeese, guards. Reserves included, 
Iarussi, B. DeWeese, Dailey, Ulrich, Gardner, Fischer, Ruff, and Skillicorn. 



ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-TWO 



Varsity 

Basketball 

Squad 




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1933-1934 BASKETBALL RECORD 



K. 




Opp. 


31 


Bowling Green 


35 


33 


Otterbein 


34 


26 


Heidelberg- 


36 


22 


Bald win-Wallace 


39 


31 


Muskingum 


32 


42* 


Capital 


19 


20 


Akron 


26 


21 


Mount Union 


35 


33* 


Hiram 


30 


18 


Capital 


25 


33* 


Kenyon 


20 


25 


Baldwin-Wallace 


46 


44* 


Kenyon 


34 


40* 


Hiram 


20 


*Won. 







419 



431 



Won 



Lost 9 



Pet. .357 



OWE HUNDRED twi:nty-tiihi:i: 




Freshman 

Basketball 

Squad 



After- two weeks of practice, Coach Joe Carl cut the original squad of 35 
men to 15 and began whipping them in shape to provide varsity material for 
the 1934-1935 team. They scrimmaged the varsity and Kent State High 
school and played preliminaries to some of the home varsity games. Just 
before the tournament season started, Barberton high was met in a practice 
game. 

There are several men of the Freshman squad who will make serious bids 
for varsity berths next year due to their cleverness and ability to play a con- 
sistent game of ball. 



(inh niTxnm.n twi:nty-foitr 



Varsity 

Wrestling 

Squad 




Wrestling 



OACH Joe Begala's Blue and Gold grapplers continued their winning 
streak from last season running their total to 15 consecutive wins before 
falling before Michigan State's powerful team in the last meet of the season. 

Kent opened their schedule against Baldwin-Wallace winning 341/>-ll/o. 
Fenn was the next victim of the Flashes onslaught falling 35-3 at Cleveland. 
Case was then shut out 34-0 in the third meet of the season. 

Rochester Mechanics Institute from New York almost hung up a defeat 
for the Flash grapplers but was staved off in the final match when Otto Hach, 
in his first appearance before the Kent fans, and wrestling in the absence of 
Rinaldi, pinned his opponent, enabling Kent to win by a 17-12 score. 

Coach Begala used his' B team to defeat Fenn for the second time 33-3. 
Washington and Jefferson University invaded Kent but returned to Pennsyl- 
vania on the short end of a 31-3 score. Case was again trounced 26-11 for the 
Flashes seventh straight win. 

The Blue and Gold invaded Michigan State only to have their impressive 
record of 15 straight wins annihilated when Michigan squeezed out a close 
18-14 win to close the regular scheduled meets for the Flash matmen. 

Kent registered 35 falls and won 16 decisions during the course of the 
season for a total of 224l/> points. Opponents scored only 501/o points on 5 
falls and 8 decisions. The squad was in the best of condition throughout their 
schedule of meets and displayed a superb brand of wrestling that the fans en- 
joyed to watch. Otto Hach proved to be the crowd pleaser with his unorthodox 
type of wrestling. Scott, Lukens, Taborsky, Littlepage, Terrill, Eckert, Mc- 
Cort, Gruszecki, and Rinaldi bore the brunt of the attack and gave splendid 
exhibitions of collegiate wrestling. 



ONK HUNDRED TWENTY-FIVE 








TERR ILL 


TABORSKY 


McCORT 


ECKERT 


SCOTT 


118 lbs. 


Tri-State Champion 
126 lbs. 


135 lbs. 


135 lbs. 


Tri-State Champion 
145 lbs. 



TRI-STATE MEET 

Five Kent Wrestlers were crowned Tri-State champions at the Tri-State 
meet held at the Case Club in Cleveland which attracted teams from New York, 
Pennsylvania, and Ohio. This meet replaced the annual Ohio Intercollegiate 
tourneys held in former years. Three Flash grapplers successfully defended 
their State Championships won last year and two more men gained champion- 
ships at the close of the meet. The men who won are: 

Joseph Taborsky 126 lb. 

Fred Scott 1451b. 

Jay Littlepagc 155 lb. 

Clive Lukens 165 lb. 

Otto Hach, 2nd place 175 lb. 

Joseph Rinaldi Heavyweight 

NATIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE MEET 

Seeking further laurels to those already gained in the Tri-State meet, 
Kent entered the National Intercollegiate meet held at Ann Arbor, Michigan, 
March 2.'3-2L The class of collegiate wrestlers was met here, with colleges from 
all over the country represented. Kent sent a larger delegation of first and 
second place winners of the State Meets than any other college entered. Meet- 
ing men from Oklahoma Aggies and Indiana, the Flashes were eliminated in 
their first matches as Taborsky, Littlepagc, Hach, and Scott were pinned by 
their opponents while Lukens and Rinaldi were decisioned. 



ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-SIX 







FLOWERS 


BORLET 


LITTLEPAGE 


HACK 


GRUESZECKI 


145 lbs. 


145 lbs. 


Tri-State Champion 
155 lbs. 


Second Place 
175 lbs. 


165 lbs. 



WRESTLING RESULTS 




K. 




Opp. 


341/0 


Bald win- Wallace 


1% 


35 


Form 


3 


34 


Case 





17 


Rochester Mechanics 


11 


33 


Fenn 


3 


31 


Wash. & Jeff. 


3 


26 


Case 


11 


14 


Michigan State 


18 



224 V. 



50 V 9 



Won 7. Lost 1. Pet. .875. 



LANDIS 

]«5 lbs. 



LUKENS 

Tri-State Champion 

165 lbs. 



RINALDI BEGALA & DUNLAVY 

Tri-State Champion Coaches 

Heavyweight 






Freshman 

Wrestling 

Squad 



Twenty-five freshmen reported to Coach Elmer Dunlavy to learn the fun- 
damentals of the mat game. Under his coaching a few promising men are being 
groomed to carry on Kent's name in future years. The middleweight division 
seems to have the most promising material as there are several men who display 
an aptitude for the game. Coach Dunlavy has been greatly impressed by the 
keenness in evidence among the freshmen, and expects some good material for 
next year's team. 




Two 

Tri-State 

Champs 

ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-EIGHT 




Minor Sports 







Baseball 



K. S. 


C. 












Opp. 


9 








Ashland 






6 


2 








Muskingum 






9 


1 








Wooster 






6 


5 








Oberlin 






2 


18 








Fenn 






2 


5 








Wooster 






11 


6 








Ashland 






1 


4 








Oberlin 






8 






Won 


4. 


Lost 4. 


Pet. 


.500. 





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ennis 



K. 


S. C. 




2 




Hiram 


4 




Fenn 


2 




Baldwin-Wallace 


1 




Case 


5 




Baldwin-Wallace 


2 




John Carroll 


5 




Fenn 


5 




Hiram 



Opp. 
4 
2 
4 
5 
1 
4 
1 
1 



ONE HUNDRED THIRTY IPXI 




Gym T 



earn 



Seven meets were scheduled by Mr. Altmann, instructor of 
the varsity gym team, but due to cancellation of three meets 
by Akron University and Ohio State only four teams were met. 
The Germania Turners of Cleveland defeated Kent 324-287 in 
the first meet but Akron Turners were beaten 929-911. Akron 
gained revenge by defeating the Flashes 85-1-813. 

Charles "Shorty" Glatzer, John McKay, Bob Burns, R. 
Johnson, Clark Braden, and Al Romito composed the varsity 
gym team for 1933-1931. 



RESULTS OF MEETS 



K. 

287 
929 
813 
576 



Germania Turners 
Akron Turners 
Akron Turners 
Akron Y. M. C. A. 



Opp. 
324 
911 
854 
523 



ONF HUNDRED THIRTY-TWO 



Intra- Murals 

BASKETBALL 
Won by K. M. K. 



HANDBALL 

Won by Barbarians. 



SWIMMING 



Won by Delts. 



VOLLEY BALL 

Tie between Delts and Barbs. 

GYM MEET 

Won by Delts. 

HORSESHOES 

Won by Gammas. 

CROSS COUNTRY RUN 
Won bv Gammas. 



ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-THREE 





Varsity K" Association 

The men who have won letters in various sports at Kent 
have formed an association which meets regularly for the ad- 
vancement of athletics. Officers of the association are: James 
Hagerdon, president ; Joseph Rinaldi, vice president ; George 
Kling, secretary-treasurer; Walter Wolfe, sergeant at arms. 



Cheer Lead 



"Shorty" Glatzer, "Jo" Cotman, and "Jack" Maurer, 
Kent State's three capable cheer leaders were to be seen cavort- 
ing wildly about the athletic field at all of the football games. 
Basketball also provided a setting for these noise extractors 
and they continued the good example they had set for them- 
selves. They were indeed cheer leaders of distinction. 



ONE HUNDRED THIIt TY-roHR 




Features 




//k. i. 



Miss Kent State" 



MISS BERNICE BAUMBERGER 



ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-SIX 




// 



Maid of Honor 



// 



MISS DOROTHY FITZGERALD 



(INK HUKDHED I'll IKTV-SEVEN 




Smile Girl and Most Popular Woman 

MISS ANNE RESS 



ONE lll'NDIll'.l) THIRTY-EIGHT 




Most Popular Man 

. . . . . MR. CHARLES GLATZEB 



ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-NINE 






Homecoming Queen 

MISS DOROTHY HENSEL 



ONI! 1U!NI)HK1> KOHTV 



The Chestnut Burr 

The First Year Book of Kent Stale College 

Published by The 

WALDEN DRAMATIC CLUB 



So reads the fly leaf of the first annual published on our campus, which at 
that time was strewn about with scaffolding. The sound of riveting was an 
accompaniment for the study of the Sciences and the Arts. 

Merrill Hall was the Administration building and Lowrv was known as 
Walden Hall. % 

The sixteen graduates, all women, were looking forward, as graduates 
will, and dedicated the annual in the following words: 

"To the generations of young men and women who in the succeeding years 
will receive training in the Kent State Normal School." 

And so "young men and women" we have the 1934 Chestnut Burr, bigger 
and better as a part of a bigger and better 1 institution. Through the years 
the name has held its charm which so graciously holds our affections for the 
campus with its native Ohio tree, the Chestnut and its component part the 
"Chestnut Burr." 



Excerpts from special features: 

"Normal Bookshelf". 

"House of a Thousand Candles" Walden Hall at 10:30 P. M. 

"The Man Higher Up" Pres. McGilvery 

"The Post Girl" Miss King 

"The Heart lane" Dorm Phone 

"The Broken Road" E. Main Street 

"The Tort of Missing Men" Kent State Normal 



ONI! IIIINDHKI) FORTY-EIGHT 



Who's Wh, 



President 

President 

President 

President 

President 
Gamma 

President 

President 
Alpha 

President 

President 



Alpha Sigma Tau Eunice Hines 

Delta Sigma 
Epsilon Helen Hoffman 

Phi Alpha Alpha Martha Taylor 

Pi Delta 

Pauline Stonehill 

Pi Kappa Sigma . Lucile Gallaway 

Sigma Sigma 
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Alpha Phi Beta Lower Kellogg 

Delta Phi Sigma Harold Law 

Kappa Mu Kappa Al A. Young 

Kappa Sigma Chi Joe Carl 

Sigma Tau 

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Barbarians John Ryznar 

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President, Alpha Psi 

Omega Albert Shambarger 

President, Beta Zeta Seymour Fear 

President, Blue Key Harold Law 

President, Chi Pi Anne Tescher 

President, Kappa Gamma Harold Law 

President, Lamda Chi . Nadine Schumacher 
President, Omega Phi 

Delta Margaret Acken 

President, Phi Mu Forest Hawk, Jr. 

President, Cardinal Key Helen Hoffman 

President, W. A. A Margaret Acken 

President, Physical Ed. Club Alvin Romito 
President, Omega Phi 

Delta Evelyn Brillhart 

President, Phi Epsilon 

Kappa Chas. Glatzer (Chairman) 

President, Biology Club Ray Nesbit 

President, College 

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President, Glider Club Roger Wolcott 

President, Home Economics 

Club Eunice Hines 

President, Manual Arts 

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President, Men's Glee 

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President, Off Campus Women's 

Club Ruth Whittlesy 

President, Velvet Curtain 

Players, Maxwell Williams 

President, Women's 

League Martha Holbrook 

President, Y. W. C. A Helen Hastings 

President, Y. M. C. A. Charles Glatzer 

Captain, Women's 

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Captain, Men's Debate Max Williams 

Captain, Football Jimmy Hagerdon 

Captain, Basket- 
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President, "Unter Uns" Bernard Heuser 

President, French Club . Lawrence Watrous 

Editor of the Chestnut 

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Business Manager Bill Langell 

Editor of the Kent Stater Walter Seifert 

Manager of the College 

Theater Albert Shambarger 

President of Student Council Blaine Conley 

President of Inter-fraternity 

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President of Varsity K 

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Homecoming Queen Dorothy Hensel 

Miss Kent State Bernice Baumberger 

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Calendar » » 1933 - '34 

September 

Sun., Sept. 17 

Mon., Sept. 18 Freshman Week 

Tues., Sept. 19 

Wed., Sept. 20 Upper Classes Register 

Thurs., Sept. 21 Classes Begin 

Sat., Sept. 23 Marshmallow Roast at Moulton 

Sun., Sept. 21 Fraternity and Sorority Meetings 

Thurs., Sept, 28 Kent Writers Club Dinner 

Fri., Sept. 29 Kent Muskingum Game (Night) 

Sat,, Sept. 30 Alpha Sigma Tau Rough Initiation 

"From the hilltops Kent State college comes a universal call.'" 

1275 students respond to the call and classes immediately get under way. 

Joe Begala and Gus Peterka are appointed head football and basketball 
coaches. 

Clubs start to organize — and fraternities and sororities start "on the 
make" for new members. 



October 

Mon., Oct. 2 Fraternity and Sorority Meetings 

Tues., Oct. 3 "The Valiant" (Assembly) 

Thurs., Oct. 5 Fep Meet (Athletic Field) 

Friday, Oct, 6 Faculty Picnic Moulton Hall 

Sat., Oct, 7 Kent Akron Game 

Mon., Oct, 9 Freshman*Sophomore Brawl 

Delta Phi Sigma Smoker 

Tues., Oct, 10 Ellis Vander Pyle — Assembly Speaker 

Wed., Oct. 11 Intramurals — Sigma Tau Gamma Smoker 

Thurs. Oct. 12 Big*Little Sister Tea— Tri Sigma 

House Warming — K. P. Luncheon 

Friday, Oct. 13 Kent Capital Game (Here) 

Sat., Oct. 11 Delta Sigma Epsilon Formal Initiation 

Mon., Oct, 16 Fraternity and Sorority Meetings 

Tues., Oct, 17 Dorothy Fuldheim — Assembly Speaker 

Wed., Oct. 18 Burr Party Political Rally 

Thurs., Oct. 19 Home Economics Picnic — College Grill 

Lowry Hall Party — Phi Alpha Alpha House Warming 

Fri., Oct. 20 Kent Ashland Game (Night) 

Sat., Oct. 21 Phi Alpha Alpha Tea 

Mon., Oct. 23 Fraternity and Sorority Meetings 

Tues., Oct, 21 Dr. O. W. Warmingham Assembly Speaker 

Homecoming Queen Election 

Wed., Oct, 25 Kent Writers Club Meeting 

Thurs., Oct, 26 Week-end Vacation at 4 P. M. 

Fri., Oct. 27 N. E. O. T. A. Convention (Cleveland) 

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marched through town. 

The political parties again went into "huddles" and emerged with two 
organizations — Burrs and Progressives. Heavy balloting featured the Home 
Coming Queen election. Dorothy Hensel, a sophomore, won the title. 

The annual "Big and Little Sister Tea" formally introduced all new 
women to the upper class women. 

The Student Council for the first time was elected on the basis of a real 
student governing body. 

Pan Hellenic council caused quite a stir in collegiate circles when they 
deprived Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority of all pledging rules. 

The month closed with an extra day vacation due to the yearly meeting 
of the N. E. O. T. A. 



November 

Thurs., Nov. 2 Homecoming Play "Berkeley Square" 

College Aud. 8:15 
Friday, Nov. 3 Homecoming Play "Berkeley Square" 

College Aud. 8:15 
Sat., Nov. 4 Kent-Marietta Game 

Fraternity-Sorority Banquet 

Homecoming Dance — Gym 
Sun., Nov. 5 Theta Sigma Upsilon Formal Initiation 

Mon., Nov. 6 Intra-murals 

Tues., Nov. 7 Samuel Wyer (Assembly Speaker) 

Pi Kappa Sigma Rush Party 
Thurs., Nov. 9 Phi Alpha Alpha Rush Party 

K. P. Club Luncheon 

French Club Meet 

Establishment of Kent-Lakewood Club 
Fri., Nov. 10 Theta Sigma Upsilon Rush Party 

Lowry Hall Party 

Tri Sig Rush Party 
Sat., Nov. 11 Theta Sigma Upsilon Rush Party 

Mon., Nov. 13 Intra-murals 

Speech Banquet (Robin Hood) 
Tues., Nov. 14 Pat Smith (Assembly Speaker) 

Phi Alpha Alpha Formal Initiation 
Wed., Nov. 15 Freshman Lecture 

Manuel Arts Club Banquet 
Thurs., Nov. 16 Lambda Chi Initiation 

Alpha Sigma Tau Rush Party 

Evening Classes Begin — Training School 
Fri., Nov. 17 Delta Sigma Epsilon Rush Party 

College Theatre Formal Dance 

B. W.-Kent Debate 
Sat., Nov. 18 Kent-Mt. Union Game — Here 

Phi Alpha Alpha Rush Party 

Alpha Phi Beta Banquet 

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Mon., Nov. 20 Intra-murals 

Vienna Boys Choir 
Social Committee Meet 
Tues., Nov. 21 One Act Play — Assembly 

Pi Delta Theta House Warming 
Wed., Nov. 22 Presidents of Women's Organizations Meet 

Men's Union Smoker 
Thurs., Nov. 23 Freshman Players Meet 
Beta Zeta Dinner 
Phiz Ed Dinner 
Moulton Theatre Party 
Fri., Nov. 24 Alpha Phi Beta Theatre Party — Akron 

Sat., Nov. 25 Sigma Sigma Sigma All Greek Dance 

Tues., Nov. 28 Thanksgiving Service — Assembly 
Wed., Nov. 29 Thanksgiving Vacation Begins 
Thurs., Nov. 30 Vacation 

Featuring "Berkeley Square" with Don Parkinson, Harriet Harrington, 
and Robert Peebles; the Marietta game with Littlepage and Taborsky: the 
Glider Club with the "Golden Flash"; the homecoming dance with the alluring 
Miss Hensel ; fraternities and sororities with house decorations and banquets ; 
from Friday to Sunday, November 3-5, Kent had a whooping homecoming. 

Sorority rushing season officially opened and all unaffiliated women were 
treated to a whirl of parties. 

College theater started the formal season when they held their dance in 
the gym which was transposed into a dimly lighted race track. Novelty pro- 
grams and decorations contributed to make it an astonishing success. Sue 
Wampler, an A. S. A., was the theater queen. 

This month also witnessed the circulation of a petition favoring more All 
College dances — the first was held November 18. 

Tri Sig started the All Greek letter affairs with a novelty "Greek Letter" 
dance. 

A group of small boys ranging from 8 to 14 years gave one of the most 
popular recitals at Kent — the "Wiener Sangerknaben" from Vienna, Austria. 
Wednesday the 29th finally appeared and everybody went home for the big 
meal. 



December 

Mon., Dec. 4 Classes Convene 

Student Recital — 8:15 
Tues., Dec. 5 Kent-Akron Debate 

Phi Alpha Alpha Rush Party 

Pi Delta Theta Rush Party' 
Wed., Dec. 6 Kent-Muskingum Debate 

Thurs., Dec. 7 Kent-Wittenberg Debate 

S. S. S., P. K. S., A. S. T., T. S. P. Rush Parties 
Fri., Dec. 8 S. T. P. Pledge Dance 

Kent-Bowling Green Debate 

Delta Sigma Epsilon Rush Party 
Sat., Dec. 9 Moulton Hall Formal 

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We regret that the Stater team, 
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The games moved along smooth- 
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few of the players acquired. The 
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Wimpy Page and Glenn Andrews 
the stars of the games displayed 
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racketeers. 

Doc DeWeese was attending 
physician. Joe Carl, referee, was 
last reported doing nicely. 

Joe Begala was awarded the 
grippers cup because Walt Sei- 
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to walk off the floor. 



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Mon., Dec. 11 Intra-murals 

Tues., Dec. 12 Dr. Etham Colton (Assembly Speaker) 

Wed., Dec. 1:3 Cardinal Key Installed at Kent 

Fri., Dec. 15 Alpha Sigma Tau Sunset Dance 

Alpha Sigma Alpha Private Dance 
Sat., Dec. 10 Kent-Bowling Green Basketball Game 

Summit Hall Xinas Party 

Delta Sigma Epsilon Rough Initiation 

Pi Kappa Sigma Xmas Tea 

Returns on Sorority Bids 

Off Campus Women's Club Xmas Party 

College Social Committee 

Kent-Youngstown Club Formed 

Phi Alpha Alpha, Delta Sigma Xmas Parties 

Xmas Concert 

Alpha Sigma Alpha Xmas Party 
Tburs., Dec. 21 Phiz Ed Vaudeville Show 

Theta Sig, Pi Delt, Delta Sig Pledge Services 

Home Ec. Xmas Party 
Fri., Dec. 22 Vacation at 4 P. M. 

Dec. 23, 24s 25, 
26, 27, 28, 29, 
30, 31 

December arrived and the social activities still continued in full swing. 
Sigma Tau Gamma pledges entertained the actives in true night club style 
while the girls at Moulton offered something new in the line of a formal. The 
dance hall was transformed into a cruising ship and the entire effect was a 
nautical scene. The K. M. K. pledges feted their actives at Silver Fake Country 
club and had the place decorated in autumnal colors. 

The higher ups among the Kent women installed Cardinal Key, a national 
honorary fraternity, this month. Another point for dear old Kent. 

Alpha Sigma Alpha "took it" when it came to pledging new girls but this 
month marked their "never be down" spirit when they retaliated by holding- 
two very exclusive and successful parties at Fairchield's in Ravenna, at the 
Robin Hood, and an Xmas party at the house. 

After concerts and more Xmas parties everyone breathed a sigh of relief 
when vacation started December 22. "Good old Santa." 



January 

Wed., Ja?i. 3 Classes Convene 

Thurs., Jan. 4 Kent-Cleveland Club Formed 

Fri., Jan. 5 New Years Ball — Gym 

Sat., Jan. 6 Delta Phi Sigma Pledge Dance- -Moulton Hall 9-12 

Sun., Jan. 7 Photographer Was Late for Burr Pictures 

Mon., Jan. 8 It was Snowing 

Tues., dan. 9 Skool Started at 8:00 as Usual 

Wed., Jan. 10 Skool Was Out at 4:00 as Usual 

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Thurs., Jan. 11 Cardinal Key Meeting 

Kent-Lakewood Club Banquet 

Canton Club Formed 

"Servant in the House" 
Fri., Jan. 12 "Servant in the House" 

Sat., Jan. 13 K M. K. Dance— Moulton Hall 

All College Dance 

Kent-Muskingum Game — There 
Sun., Jan. 14 Every one went to Sunday Skool 
Mon., Jan. 15 Social Committee Meeting 

Weekly Stater Meeting 
Tues., Jan. 16 Hans Merx — Baritone 

Band Concert (Assembly) 
Wed., Jan. 17 Men's Union Smoker 

Y. W. C. A. Hat Gear Party 
Thurs., Jan. 18 Youngstown Club Meeting 

Cleveland Club Meeting 
Fri., Jan. 19 Alpha Sigma Tau Private Dance 

Velvet Curtain Meeting 
Sat., Jan. 20 Kent-Baldwin Wallace Wrestling 

Lowry Formal Dance 
Sun., Jan. 21 

Mon., Jan. 22 A. A. U. W. Meeting 
Tues., Jan. 23 Examinations 
Wed., Jan. 24 Examinations 

Kent- Akron Game 
Thurs., Jan. 25 Examinations 

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Fri., Jan. 26 Examinations 

Sat., Jan. 27 Every One Went Home as Usual 
Sun., Jan. 28 Every One Came Back for Monday Classes 
Mon., Jan. 29 Registration 
Tues., Jan. 30 Second Semester Begins 
Wed., Jan. 31 Every One Objects to Going to Class 

The college officially welcomed 1934 with Lady New Year (Martha Hol- 
brook) dressed in flowing white and Father Time (Lower Kellogg) dressed in 
black. The dance was attended by 1200 students. 

For the first time in the history of Kent State admission was charged to 
an All Greek dance which was in keeping with a rule passed by the Student 
Council. 

Al Shambargar, veteran dramatist, took the lead in the "Servant in the 
House." 

The Greek letter organizations start to frolic when the Delts and K. M. 
K.'s held their pledge dances, Alpha Sigma Tau their private. January marked 
the month for the Lowry formal. 

The home town organizations continued to attract attention and this 
month all the loyal Cantonites banded together and added heir club to the list. 

The end of the month rolled around (all too soon for some) with one of 
those famous "exam weeks" — something new at Kent — what an ordeal ! 

But in true Kent spirit the students flocked back for registration day 
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February 

Thurs., Feb. 1 Lambda Chi — Pledging 

Fri., Feb. 2 Sunset Dance — Moulton 

All College Dance — Gym 

Sat., Feb. 3 Kent-Hiram Game 

Kent-Case Wrestling Meet 

Theta Sigma Epsilom Pladge Dance 
Thurs., Feb. 8 Canton Club Meeting 

Ohio Valley Club Meeting 

Intra-Murals 
Fri., Feb. 9 Kent-Capital Game — There 

Delta Sigma Epsilon All-Greek Dog Dance 
Sat., Feb. 10 Pi Delta Tea — At House 

Basketball — Kenyon — There 

Kappa Sigma Chi Informal Party — Moulton Hall 

Wrestling — Mechanics of Rochester — Here 

Sun., Feb. 11 Nice Day 

Mon., Feb. 12 Council of Women's League 
Tues., Feb. 18 Dr. Wishart of Wooster at Assembly 
Cleveland Club Meeting 
B. W. Basketball Game — Here 
Debate with Rollins College 
Cardinal Key Dinner at Robin Hood 
Pi Kappa Rush Party at Robin Hood 

Wed., Feb. 14 Pan-Hellenic Meeting 

Y. W. C. A. Valentine Party— Off-Campus Room 

Thurs., Feb. 15 Faculty Women's Bridge and Dinner at Robin Hood. 

Sigma Sigma Sigma Rush Party at Robin Hood 

Youngstown Club in Off Campus Room 
Fri., Feb. 16 Moulton Informal Dance 

County Basketball Tournament 

Theta Sigma Rush Party at Robin Hood 

Debate Kent vs. Case — Off Campus Room 
Sat., Feb. 17 Kenyon Here — Basketball 

Fenn — Wrestling — Here 

Summit Hall Valentine Card Party — Summit Hall 
Sun., Feb. 18 Delta Sigma Formal Initiation at House 

Mon., Feb. 19 College Social Committee 
Tues., Feb. 20 Music Club Dance in Off Campus Room 

German Club 

Gym Meet with Akron Turners 

Alpha Sigma Tau Rush Party — Robin Hood 
Wed., Feb. 21 Sigma Sigma Sigma Pledge Dance at Moulton 

Writers Club in Robin Hood 
Thurs., Feb. 22 Delta Sigma Rush Party at House 
Fri., Feb. 23 K. M. K. Dance at Moulton 

Phi Alpha Alpha Rush Party Tea 

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Wrestling — West Jefferson — Here 
Pi Delta Theta Rush Party at House 
Sun., Feb. 25 Very Nice Day 

Mon., Feb. 26 Princess Der Ling — Aud. at 8:15 P. M. 
Tues., Feb. 27 Gym Meet with Akron U. Here 
Women's Debate with Capitol 
Big-Little Sister Dinner at Robin Hood 
W. A. A. Play Night in Gym 
Ohio A'alley Club in Off Campus Room 
K. P. Club— Theater Party at Kent Theater 
Alpha Sigma Alpha, the penalized group from last term, lead the sororities 
on a new rushing season and once again the unaffiliated women are partied and 
pampered. 

An unusually popular sunset dance started the social ball rolling. It was 
sponsored by the Women's League. 

Theta Sigma Upsilon, Tri Sig, and K. M. K. held private dances and the 
Delta Sigs entertained all the Greeks at their annual Dog Dance. Moulton hall 
held an informal dance. 

Joe's wrestling team continued to floor all opponents and the Debate team 
was seldom silent. 

The college threw open the gym to students and townspeople both when 
one of President Roosevelt's nation wide birthday parties Avas given here at 
Kent. 

All the faculty relaxed on the 22nd in respect to a man who very con- 
siderately chose a busy month for a birthday. 

New girls with their big sisters held a dinner get together at the Robin 
Hood. 

The last assembly of the month saw Princess Der Ling, a famous writer, 
telling Kent students of her wonderful experiences. 



March 

Thurs., Mar. 1 Alumnae Chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma Partv at Robin 
Hood 

Biology Club Dinner and Party 

Pi Delta Theta Rush Party at* House 
Fri., Mar. 2 Wrestling — Case — Here 

Women's Club Benefit Bridge — Moulton 
Sat., Mar. .'} Alpha Sigma Tau Formal Pledge Dance at Akron's City 

Club in Akron 
Mon., Mar. 5 Student Recital in Aud.— 8 P. M. 
Tues., Mar. 6 Presi. Brown of Hiram in Assembly 

Women's Debate with Wittenberg in Aud. 

Women's Debate with Ohio U. 

German Club 
Wed., Mar. 7 Bill Langell's Birthday 
Thurs., Mar. 8 Celebration All Over 

Fri., Mai-. 9 Wrestling — Michigan State at Lansing 

Sat., Mar. 10 County Basketball Tournaments 
Sun., Mar. 11 Extra Special Nice Day 



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Mon., Mar. 12 Women's League Council 

Men's Glee Club Concert— 8:15— Aud. 
Tues., Mar. 13 Social Dancing, Stater-Chestnut Burr Basketball Game 
Wed., Mar. 14 Pan-Hellenic Meeting 

Thurs., Mar. 15 Faculty Women's Club Supper at Moulton 
Fri., Mar. 16 Wrestling — B. W. at Berea 
Sat., Mar. 17 N. E. Ohio Conference 

Debate Tournament — Aud. and Class Rooms All Day 

Alpha Sigma Alpha Formal Pledge Dance — Moulton Hall 
Mon., Mar. 19 German Club 

Tues., Mar. 20 Assembly — Everyone Went to Sleep. 
Wed., Mar. 21 Dean Manchester Invents New College Yell 
Fri., Mar. 23 College Theater Informal — Moulton 

Sat., Mar. 24 Delti Phi Sigma Pledge Dance 
Tues., Mar. 27 Easter Cantata (Assembly) 
Wed., Mar. 28 Men's Intra-Mural Gym Meet 
Thurs., Mar. 29 Spring Recess 

Vacation 

This month all enterprising sorority girls go back into routine after bids 
are accepted although two groups celebrate with pledge dances. Alpha Sigma 
Tau held their dance at the City club in Akron and Alpha Sigma Alpha held 
a real St. Patrick's day formal in Moulton March 17. 

The windy month really witnessed a decline in social life with only two 
other dances during the month. Delta Phi Sigma held their pledge dance at 
Moulton which was also the scene of the College theater informal. 

Just proceeding Spring Recess — an innovation with the semester plan — 
the Music department produced a beautiful assembly program in the form of 
an Easter Cantata. 

And March 29th even the janitors have a few days' rest. 



April 

Sun., April 1 

to Vacation 
Sun., April 8 

Mon., April 9 Women's League Council 

Tues., April 10 Concert in Akron — Maria Olszewka 

Wed., April 11 Pan-Hellenic Meeting 

Sat., April 14 Men's Intra-Mural Swim Meet — Pool 

Wed., April 18 Ted Shawn Male Ballet 

Thurs., April 19 Faculty Women's Meet 

Fri., April 20 High School Play— Aud. 

Fri., April 27 Junior-Senior Prom — Akron 

With Spring in the air Kent students forget dances and parties and get 
out on the golf courses and in the country. That's what we assumed from the 
dearth in social activities. The only notable events were the Sigma Tau Gamma 
formal in the Hotel Hollenden Show Boat with Merle Jacobs the maestro, and 
the Junior-Senior Prom in Akron. 



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Are You Willing to Forget? 

Many of you will soon be leaving your college life at Kent to take up new 
phases of endeavor. 

Your copy of the Chestnut Burr will constantly remind you of your 
happy days at Kent. Keep in touch with your college and its activities through 
the Stater. 

A dollar and a half sent to the Kent Stater will bring you tidings each 
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May 

Thurs., May 3 Physical; Education Program 
Tues., May 8 Music Week — Choral Concert 

Wed., May 9 Pan-Hellenic 

Mon., May 14 Women's League Council (Big Sisters) 

Chestnut Burr Staff Disappears 
Thurs., May 17 Operetta Music and Speech Departments 

193-4 Chestnut Burr Appears 
Fri., May 18 Faculty Women's Club Dinner (Twin Lakes) 

Sat., May 19 Moulton Formal Dance 

Mon., May 21 Student Recital 
Fri., May 25 College Theater Sport Informal 

The month of the annual campus night — when the townspeople gathered 
to see the students at their best — lighted lanterns, parades, and the huge dance. 
A glorious affair. With the Music and Speech departments claiming attention 
to their concerts, and operettas, the physical education department to their 
programs, Moulton hall to its formal, college theater to its sport dance — the 
Kentites find themselves rushed to keep up their social obligations and still 
respond to the call of the tennis courts, lakes, etc. — Such is the life of a col- 
legiate ! 



June 

Sun., June 3 Baccalaureate — Dr. Joel B. Hayden 

Fri., June 8 Commencement — Dr. Herman Lee Donavan 

Alpha Sigma Alpha Formal 

The glorious month — for the Seniors. While they practice for hours in 
preparation for the comparatively few minutes they spend winding up their 
college careers, the underclassmen are slaving with exams. 

Several Greek Letter organizations terminate the year with formals — - 
Alpha Sigma Alpha held theirs the night of commencement. And so another 
year at Kent — ■ — . 



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KENT STATE COLLEGE 

James Ozro Engleman, Ph. D., LL. D. 
President 



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

John L. Blair, A. M., Ph. D. 
Dean 



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Oscar H. Williams, A. M., Ph. D. 
Dean 



Approved by State Department of Education for teacher training in 
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Low Cost 

Beautiful Campus 

Good Buildings and Equipment 

Thoroughly Modern Library 

Excellent Faculty 



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YOU KENT GO WRONG 



Tell us not that fair young co-eds 
Unprotected now must roam; 

That a million dangers threaten 

When they first set out from home. 



And when studying is over 

And for bed the girls prepare, 

They must turn their boy friend's pictures 
To the wall, lest they should stare. 



Fear not parents, for your children 

From the right they will not stray, 

There are countless rules to keep them 
In the straight and narrow way. 



Waltzes now are strictly business. 

Gone are Cupid and romance 
When half a foot of daylight 

Stands between a pair who dance. 



Life is real, but they're protected. 

They may still stay innocent 
If they join the ranks of students 

Climbing up the hill at Kent. 



And an auto ride can cause no 
Palpitations of the heart 

When the parties both are sitting 
On the seat a foot apart. 



They'll be warned to trust no fellow 
When he offers them a ride 

If he has no evening papers 
In the pocket at his side. 



When the man a co-ed marries 

Is the only one she's kissed 
She may still be happy 

For she won't know what she's missed. 



Hut in spite of all these rulings — 

Rules so kindly and well-meant — 

There's one question still that puzzles 
Why do men still date at Kent? 



WAS IT YOU? 



The soft rays- of the moon dimly lighted the campus and on the steps of Science hall sat 
a young man and a lady. The evening air was pleasant and warm to feel. They were enwrapped 
in their thoughts when suddenly they were interrupted by the rays of a flash light. "What are 
you doing here," said the night watchman. 

"We're preparing for a psychology test," replied the! young man, as he winked at the 
young lady. 

"Don't try to pull any funny stuff on me young man, yon can't get away with it. What 
is your name, young lady?" 

"My name's Mary Thomas," said the lady, in a weak voice. 

"Don't be a sap, Mary. Never give a cop your correct name." 

"Never mind young man, you can't pull any funny stuff on me. I can tell whether you 
give the correct name or not. What's yours?" 

"In that case I might as well tell the truth. My name is George Harvey." 

"Oh, no it isn't. If I get in; trouble about being up here on the campus, it's yojur fault, 
Harry Wiles, and I'm not going to take all the blame," the young lady said, rather indig- 
nantly. 

"That's all I need is the names, Harry Wiles and Mary Thomas. You can go now. Dean 
Verder will take care of the rest." 

"Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf," sang John and Ginny as they strolled away to a 
much less inhabited place. 

"I'll make a note of that also," remarked the night watchman to himself as he wrote down 
the names. "Someone is going to catch hell." 



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WE WONDER 



-If Dr. Olson ever succeeded in breaking a black board with his finger? 

Good luck, Doc, you certainly try hard enough. 
-If Mr. Cunningham has only one necktie, or are they all red? 
-If some kind hearted person will patch up the troubles between Dr. 

Palmer's pants and vest and bring them back together again? 
-If Dr. Stelson's pants and vest are mad at each other also? 
-If Mr. Pearce sticks his shoulders in his ears to keep from hearing him- 
self laugh? 

If Dr. Stewart is absent minded or does he just forget? 
-If Wagner does throw the test papers down the stairs and grade them 

according to the step they fall on? 
-If it is true that Dr. Olson can say HUH loud enough to shake all the 

pictures on the wall? 
-If you patronize our Advertisers? 
-Why Dr. Garrett doesn't start a dating bureau? 
-Who put the overalls in Missus Murphy's chowder? 
-When Dean Verder will quit lecturing? 
-If Joe Begala is any relation to his Grandfather? 
-If the girls in Doc Roberts' classes are smarter than the fellows or 

whether the front row makes a difference? 
-If Mr. Davey was ever embarrassed by history reports? 
-If Mr. Greibling is sarcastic or whether he just has a peculiar sense 

of humor? 
-What Mr. Pake would talk about in class if he hadn't been in the World 

War? 

-Why Dr. Magee wouldn't make an expert tobacco chewer? 
-Where Mr. Griebling stores all of his voice? 
-When some of the professors will revise their lectures? 
-When the janitors will get old enough to retire? 
-How the students that have been stealing signs find space enough to 

enter their rooms? 

-If G. J. Altman marches in his sleep? 

-If Doc Rumold is a man of few words or doesn't he know very many? 
-If Gus Peterka can bite? 

-Who will win in the battle over Dr. Garret's affections? 
-Why Dean Verder doesn't campus Dr. Brenneman for slipping in the 

back way at Moulton hall after ten o'clock? 
-Why Dr. DeWeese doesn't get some round pills so the students could 

play marbles instead of inventing so many other games? 
-What would happen to Doc DeWeese's pill business if someone removed 

the sugar coating? 

-What the Night watchman does with all the ficticious names he collects? 
-If Dr. Roberts ever won a game of checkers? 
-If Miss Dunbar ever had a boy friend? 
-If anyone ever wondered about these wonders? 
-If Doc Stewart's head works better when he pats it? 
-If the Janitor ever gets dizzy erasing the circles Dr. Blair puts on the 

black board? 



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1934 




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